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At TW Law Group, PLLC, we are committed to defending your rights in the most effective way possible. We believe everyone is entitled to respect, discretion, and an expert defense. Our criminal law defense firm holds ourselves to the highest standard of success and will take on your case passionately until we have reached a solution with the greatest of care and personal attention.

We will diligently work on a successful outcome before trial and without premature bargaining or compromising. If possible, we shall seek dismissal by giving prosecutors no other choice but to dismiss your case. If it does go to trial, TW Law Group, PLLC Criminal Defense will fight for you every step of the way by utilizing winning strategies from a culmination of resources.


The key to our success is appropriate and adequate communication with prosecutors, judges, witnesses, and juries; oftentimes this results in the favorable resolution of cases without the need for trial. We want them to understand you and give you the benefit of the doubt if we go to trial.


  • DUI law in Florida

  • Sex Crimes

  • Drug Charges

  • Juvenile Crimes

  • Property Crimes

  • Traffic Offenses

  • Violent crimes

  • Non-violent crimes

  • White-collar crimes

Criminal Defense for Sex Crimes

Being charged with a sex crime can be an overwhelming experience. From arrest and booking to your final appearance in front of a judge, the experience can be truly a horrible and terrifying one. It helps to have an ally on your side who knows what to expect, who knows the law, and who knows how to fight to get the best outcome possible. The criminal defense lawyers at TW Law Group, PLLC have just that combination of knowledge and tenacity. Unlike other law firms, we passionately focus on the criminal defense of our client which gives us and our clients an edge when battling the judicial system.

This experience is important because it gives an attorney an idea of how best to approach your charges. Evidence presented by the prosecution often consists of a mixture of eyewitness testimony, physical evidence, and circumstantial evidence which they may use to attempt to prove your guilt. Rebutting this evidence is vital to keeping a person out of jail. An experienced attorney knows exactly how to examine the evidence; knows experts who can offer their opinion and testimony; and knows a defendant’s chances for success. This experience is invaluable when facing serious charges that can jeopardize your future in its entirety.

Sexual Offenses

Sexual offenses are a broad range of charges in Florida law, all of them extremely serious. These crimes include the following:

  • Rape

  • Sexual battery

  • Indecent exposure

  • Prostitution and solicitation for prostitution


Drug Charges

In Florida, Possession of a controlled substance (schedule5 drugs) can be a very serious charge. Having or being near drugs like marijuana, crystal meth, PCP, cocaine, crack, heroin, and ecstasy can have penalties with life-changing consequences. If you are charged with manufacturing or selling these drugs, you face an even greater threat to your liberty. TW Law Group, PLLC criminal defense attorney can fight to get these charges reduced or even thrown out. TW Law Group, PLLC will work tirelessly to keep these charges off your record.


If you have been arrested for possession of a controlled substance in Florida, you need an experienced advocate on your side who understands the law and how it applies to your case. The legal system is complex and there are many nuances that may affect how a judge or jury views your case. A conviction can result in fines and jail time as well as a permanent criminal record that could impact future employment opportunities or educational pursuits.



TW Law Group, PLLC is aware that being charged with a DUI or DWI can be very scary, and also very serious. Our Law Firm will fight at all costs to have your case dismissed, reduced, or won at trial.

DUI / Intoxication Offenses

Facing intoxication charges is stressful and impactful, and a conviction can have a lasting impact on your ability to work, drive, and hold professional licenses. Powerful lobby groups such as Mothers Against Drunk Driving encourage a zero-tolerance attitude toward all intoxication offenses.

DWI/DUI Offenses

If you are impaired behind the wheel of a car, you will be charged with a very serious crime: which is driving while intoxicated. Whether you are under the influence of alcohol, illegal drugs, or prescription drugs, the State of Florida will make you face serious consequences if you are unfit to drive a vehicle. If this is not your first offense or if your impaired driving caused injury or death, you need to contact a TW Law Group, PLLC immediately. We will work to keep these penalties off your record, get your driver’s license back, and allow you to get on with your life.


Juvenile Crimes


In Florida, anyone under the age of eighteen can be charged as a juvenile. However, for serious charges, they may be tried as an adult. Juvenile crimes are handled in the juvenile court in front of a judge who will adjudicate guilt and punishment. Because they are handled differently than adults, juveniles require attorneys knowledgeable in the juvenile justice system. TW Law Group, PLLC criminal defense team have experience handling these cases and will work to keep the juvenile out of detention and on their way to becoming productive adults.

Property Crimes

Property crimes are unique because the victim is often more vocal and active throughout the course of the case. This additional element makes the evidence against the defendant more concrete. It also makes chances of negotiating with the State of Florida more difficult. If you or a loved one has been charged with a property crime, you need a lawyer who understands the differences between handling property crimes and handling other criminal charges.

• Criminal mischief or vandalism
• Burglary
• Dealing with stolen property
• Scheme to defraud
• Trespass
• Arson
• Burning to defraud an insurance company.
• Theft crimes such as grand theft, employee theft, and petit theft.

These charges can be complicated. You need an attorney that will fight for you and fight for your freedom. At TW Law Group, PLLC, you can have the utmost confidence that we will passionately fight for you and that we know how to defend them successfully.

Florida Traffic Offenses

Being charged with a traffic offense can be a hassle. Depending on the nature of the offense, points may be assessed to your license and your insurance rates may go up. Because these charges can become very expensive, you need to allow TW Law Group, PLLC to get these charges reduced or thrown out. This can take points off your license and keep you from having your license suspended or revoked. We provide legal expertise in all traffic offenses, particularly the following:
• Driver’s License Reinstatement
• Driving While Suspended or Revoked
• Reckless Driving

Violent Crimes

Being charged with a violent crime is a serious threat to your freedom. These include the following:


These charges require an attorney well versed in handling violent crimes. Because the penalties for these crimes range from probation to capital punishment, you need the best legal representation possible. The attorneys at TW Law Group, PLLC will fight for your freedom.

White Collar Crimes

TW Law Group, PLLC criminal defense lawyers are here to help you. Being charged with a white-collar crime can have a serious impact on your freedom as well as your career. If you are convicted of these crimes, listed below, it may prevent you from working professionally ever again. These white-collar crimes often require significant paperwork to prove and defend. Allow our thorough, detail-oriented attorneys who have the tenacity to successfully defend you or your loved one from these types of charges. Some of the white-collar crimes we can assist with include the following:

• Fraud and misrepresentation of all kinds – Ponzi schemes, insurance fraud, check fraud, Medicare or Medicaid fraud, identity theft, a variety of other Internet crimes, and more.
• Embezzlement, which covers the theft or misuse of funds by someone to whom they were entrusted.
• Tax evasion, which can violate both state and federal laws, is the illegal avoidance of tax liabilities.
• Money laundering, which involves concealing money’s illegal origins through businesses to make it appear as though it has a legal source.
• Forgery and counterfeiting.
• Bribery.
• Racketeering, which includes conspiring to organize to engage in criminal activity.



Some crimes may enhance the penalties of many of the charges above. Crimes such as aiding and abetting, conspiracy, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, or stalking carry divergent penalties depending on the nature of the crime. Because these charges often accompany other charges, it is vital to find a defense attorney who will defend your case as a whole and mitigate the threat from these secondary charges. TW Law Group, PLLC will ensure that these other offenses are defended against to preserve your liberty. Here are other areas of legal representation that we provide:

• Accessory/Aiding and Abetting
• Conspiracy
• Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor
• Habitual Offender
• Stalking


TW Law Firm Promise to our Clients

  • Provide you with a free consultation
    • Educate you about your charges, explain possible outcomes and the next steps in the legal process give your case the attention it deserves and promptly communicate with you
    • Represent you aggressively as you face a difficult time in your life
    • Fight to protect yourself and your freedom, and strive for a successful outcome
    • Pool our years of experience and expertise to defend your rights
    • Always treat you with compassion

    You can be sure that we will be by your side every step of the way. We never forget the obstacles our clients may be facing as we passionately represent them. We will treat you as part of our family and as a member of our team as we prepare to defend your rights.


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Whether this is your first time being charged with DUI or are facing multiple offense, please reach us at (407) 720-8282, or email us for a free consultation.

Rest assured that any information provided to us is completely confidential.
We look forward to helping you.

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