If you are facing criminal charges in Florida, Ronald Chapman can help.

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In the month of December 2015 I had to go to Court. That's when I contacted Attorney Ron Chapman and his assistant Elizabeth Amaro. I was feeling very desperate and disoriented. I can assure you it was a joy to have found them and known them. From the moment that I talked to Attorney Chapman and Ms. Elizabeth for the first time I commenced to restore security and hope that everything could be solved and it was. They went to Court with me, and my case was dismissed. For that reason I would like to thank them once again for their kind attention and professionalism and all the good work with my case and thus recommend Attorney Chapman because of his knowledge in the field of criminal law and for good client service.
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Since 1990, Mr. Chapman has been representing people who have been accused of committing various types of crimes such as DUI, domestic violence, possession of a firearm, drug possession, expungement, traffic crimes, murder, manslaughter, crimes against children, sex crimes, crimes against the elderly, appeals, and violations of probation.
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