Are you under investigation for a white collar crime? Is a past arrest a threat to your professional license or your license application process? Do you have questions regarding how a minor criminal charge can put you at risk of a professional license suspension, revocation or denied renewal? If your professional license is jeopardized, we can help.
Exceptional Experience And Demonstrated Success With License Defense Issues
At the Tallahassee law firm of Dobson, Davis & Smith, our primary focus is defending our professional and distinguished clientele from complex and minor criminal charges. We have helped hundreds of Florida professionals obtain successful outcomes in criminal defense cases that threaten their livelihoods, business reputations and personal lives.*
Any type of criminal charge can threaten your license. We offer skilled and discrete professional license defense assistance whether you have been arrested for drunk driving or are facing a grand jury investigation or a white collar crime charge such as:
- Financial, mail or health care fraud
- Business or public corruption
- Tax evasion
- Ponzi schemes
Let Us Help You Protect Your Reputation And Your Future
An allegation of criminal conduct can be damaging to your career, personal life and freedom. Our attorneys have more than 80 years of combined legal experience handling criminal and administrative matters for clients throughout the state, and, over the years, our esteemed clientele have included all types of professional license holders, such as lawyers, accountants, medical care providers, financial advisers and others.
At the first sign that there may be a problem, or if you have questions about how a legal issue may affect your license, contact us to schedule a free initial consultation. Do not leave your future to the whim of an administrative or criminal court judge. Send us an email in complete confidence or call us locally at 850-270-0412 or toll free at 888-339-2943 today. Weekend and evening consultations are available by appointment.
*Past results cannot guarantee or predict similar future outcomes.