Orlando Criminal Defense Attorneys Representing College Students

We've represented college students from UCF, Valencia College, Lake Sumter State and Seminole State College.  Call us today for a free consultation at (407)228-3838.

So-called youthful indiscretions can have serious, lifelong consequences. When college students find themselves arrested, the criminal charges can be just the start of their problems. The academic institution that they attend may frown on that behavior, leading to expulsion. A conviction on their record may hamper their chances of pursuing a career.

The Orlando criminal defense attorneys at The Umansky Law Firm understand what is at stake when a college student is facing criminal charges. A conviction can delay the pursuit of a degree or end a career before it even starts.

Defending College Students in Central Florida

While an immediate plea of guilty may be an option to resolve the case, that admission only creates more problems. A college student speaking to police or prosecutors prior to getting legal help only makes a bad situation worse. It compromises his or her rights at a time that those rights need protection. Learn more about college student attorneys in Orlando.

At The Umansky Law Firm, we spend time with students and their parents and help them through a stressful and uncertain time. At our firm, we represent students at all area universities.

Our focus is on securing second chances for our clients. When it comes to a promising future of a college student, it is vital that your lawyer help the student focus on the potential long-term consequences of a criminal charge, especially if the student is facing charges of:

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To schedule a free initial consultation with an Orlando criminal defense attorney at The Umansky Law Firm, contact us through this website or call (407) 228-3838.

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