The AP Law Group Announces the Launch of Criminal Defense Services in Gainsville

The AP Law Group, a law firm serving Gainesville, Ocala and surrounding counties in Florida, has announced the expansion of services with the introduction of criminal defense. The firm’s partners Tania Alavi and Andrew Pozzuto have a combined experience of 75 years in handling trials.

Ocala, United States - June 29, 2020 /PressCable/ —

The AP Law Group is pleased to announce the formal launch of its criminal defense service. A law firm serving Gainesville, Ocala and adjoining areas in Florida, the firm has been offering reliable legal services related to personal injury and federal crimes. The company’s new criminal defense service will now cover appeals, armed robbery, animal cruelty, burglary, computer crimes, drug possession, domestic violence, DUI, fraud, juvenile crimes, theft, murder, and much more.

Whether it’s a prison sentence, increased financial burden, or difficult sanctions, accused individuals always look for a successful outcome. However, the law is complicated and the court system can be a frightening and overwhelming place for common people. Courtroom skills of an experienced attorney often make the difference between a positive and negative outcome. The AP Law Group’s lawyers are dedicated to helping their clients avoid a legal maze that may otherwise trip them up. As a team of seasoned lawyers, they understand the system, the judge’s personalities, the prosecutors or other attorneys involved. Whenever required, they file motions such as a motion to suppress evidence or a motion to dismiss.

The extraordinary reputation of the AP Law Group can be attributed to the expertise of Tania Alavi and Andrew Pozzuto, two seasoned trial Attorneys, fierce negotiators, and compassionate advisors. The duo has a combined experience of 75 years in defending individuals accused of a variety of misdemeanor, felony, and federal crimes.

Andrew Pozzuto is the Managing Partner with the AP Law Group. He is a criminal defense lawyer practicing Florida Criminal Law and Federal Criminal Law and is a personal injury lawyer focusing on auto, truck, and motorcycle accidents, as well as most injury and negligence cases. He is a graduate of the University of Florida, obtaining a BA in Political Science in 1987. He continued on and later earned his Law Degree from the University of Florida Levin College of Law in 1990. Mr. Pozzuto is an experienced litigator with a focus on criminal defense and federal criminal defense.

A Partner with the AP Law Group, Tania Alvi has a deep understanding of legal issues and major court cases that affect her clients. She is certified to represent individuals charged with death penalty crimes and has years of experience helping clients with mental health concerns. She has defended people from all walks of life, including indigent people, working folks, and successful professionals. Tania is a member of the Florida Bar and admitted to the U.S. District Court – Middle District of Florida, and the District of Columbia Bar.

To find out more about the AP Law Group, please visit https://theaplawgroup.com/

About the AP Law Group: The AP Law Group is a trusted law firm offering top class legal support to individuals in Gainesville, Ocala and surrounding counties in Florida. The firm is noted for continually providing compassionate, client-centered, and aggressive representation of the criminal or personal injury matters related to its clients.

Contact Info:
Name: Andrew Pozzuto
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Organization: The AP Law Group
Address: 108 N Magnolia Ave Ste 600, Ocala, Florida 34475, United States
Phone: +1-352-732-9191
Website: https://theaplawgroup.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88965983

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