Miami DUI/DWI Attorney Protecting Your Rights

A conviction for DUI or DWI can impact your future in ways you may not realize. You could lose your license, be ordered to pay expensive fines and have a black mark on your permanent record — all of which can affect your day-to-day life, including your employment or employment opportunities.

Attorney Russell Spatz of the Spatz Law Firm, PL, in Miami, Florida, has decades of experience building strong defenses for serious DUI charges, including vehicular homicide. He will help you resolve your problem efficiently while vigorously protecting your rights.

Russell A. Spatz has served as an Assistant State Attorney and Division Chief to two State Attorneys, Richard E. Gerstein, (1975) and Janet Reno, (1978, the former United States Attorney General). Russell A. Spatz understands the complexities that are involved in defending a criminal case, and how to put his knowledge and experience to work for his clients as their trial lawyer.

There is no substitute for experience. Russell Spatz has more than 35 years of criminal defense experience, including extensive trial experience. You can count on him to guide you through even the most complex legal problem.

Trustworthy Legal Advocacy When You Need It Most

When facing serious allegations, like DUI, you need a lawyer on your side who will give you realistic advice about what to expect. Russell Spatz approaches his practice in exactly this way, because he believes in treating his clients with respect. You desire to know the facts of your case, and you deserve to work with an attorney who has the experience and knowledge to protect you through the duration of your case, whether you are charged with unlawful blood alcohol, drunk driving, vehicular homicide or any other criminal offense.

Attorney Spatz handles all types of DUI-related charges, including:

Protecting Your Rights

Law enforcement officers are not infallible and oftentimes make critical, procedural mistakes.

By carefully reviewing your case, attorney Russell Spatz can determine whether a police officer, prosecutor or anyone else violated your constitutional rights at any point during or after your arrest. If your rights were violated, he can endeavor to bring this to light.

Unlawful searches, arrests and improper acquisition of confessions or statements, whether through Miranda violations or duress, can in some situations result in evidence being suppressed, which at times can result in dismissal of charges.

You need to have proper analysis of these factors, and appropriate communication of these issues to the court by an experienced litigator.

Make An Appointment With Russell Spatz For A Consultation

To arrange an initial consultation with Russell Spatz, please call the Spatz Law Firm, PL, at 305-442-0200, or contact the firm online.