Florida Criminal Attorney Recognized By Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register
03/16/2010

Experienced Criminal Lawyer Holds AV Rating From Premiere Legal Directory

Online PR News – 16-March-2010 – – Fort Lauderdale, Florida - March 12th, 2010 - David J. Joffe is well known for his work as a criminal attorney in South Florida; for two decades, Joffe and his firm Joffe & Joffe have been providing expert legal representation to defendants in state and federal criminal cases. Over his years of practice as a criminal lawyer, Joffe has been able to have many of his clients acquitted of charges, have sentences reduced and overturned on appeal in a wide variety of cases.

Joffe has successfully represented clients facing fraud charges, drug-related charges, in RICO cases, counterfeiting and many other cases; often having their sentences reduced to lesser penalties on appeal when they're not acquitted during trial. Joffe's record of fighting tenaciously for his clients is why he's become known as the criminal attorney to turn to by people throughout South Florida. When it comes to hiring a defense attorney, it's results that matter - and Joffe is the attorney of choice for Floridians accused in criminal cases when they're looking for expert representation which ensures that their rights under the law are protected.

This is the reason why the firm of Joffe & Joffe has received the prestigious AV rating from the Martindale & Hubbell Bar Register, the nation's leading legal directory. For his work as a criminal lawyer, Joffe and his firm have been given this rating, which denotes firms which adhere to the very highest standards of ethics and have the highest levels of legal expertise. It's something which wouldn't surprise many in South Florida, where David Joffe's reputation as a criminal attorney is common knowledge; but for their part, Joffe & Joffe are pleased to have received this recognition from one of the preeminent authorities in the legal field.

For more information about David J. Joffe, please visit: http://www.joffelaw.com