Quesada Law Firm, in Miami, is a criminal defense firm that focuses on giving you a chance to defend yourself against criminal charges. Prosecutors start preparing their case against you from the first moments you are charged with a crime. You need to have someone on your side who is going to do what is necessary to ensure you are able to tell your side of the story.
Our firm is led by attorney Marco Quesada, who has been handling criminal defense matters for over 20 years. Marco's extensive experience includes representing individuals who have been arrested and charged with state or federal crimes in Florida. Whether you are facing a short jail time or an extensive federal prison sentence, we take the consequences of your case seriously, and we are committed to helping you regain control over your situation.
Contact us today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:
Before talking with police or prosecutors, you need to be fully informed about the consequences of a conviction, and the defense options available in your case. We can help you determine the best course of action to take full advantage of your rights. To talk to an experienced lawyer today, please call our office at 305-356-2648 to arrange your free initial consultation. Se Habla Español.
Attorney Marco Quesada has served Miami residents as a criminal defense attorney for over 20 years. He began his career as a Florida assistant public defender. His six years there showed him how tough it can be for those facing criminal charges. He understands how quickly the system starts to work against you, and that the consequences of a criminal conviction can be severe, both inside the courtroom and in everyday life. You likely are feeling overwhelmed, and we want to ease your burden by providing a vigorous defense.
At Quesada Law Firm, we help individuals facing a variety of criminal charges, including drug charges, money laundering, conspiracy, theft and fraud. We can try cases at both the state and federal level. Attorney Quesada also assists individuals accused of violent crimes like assault and domestic violence. We understand criminal cases are sometimes complicated by immigration concerns as well. A criminal conviction will likely impact your immigration case, so we will work hard to protect your best interests.