Frequently Asked Questions
Our firm receives questions of all varieties, but there is one question our clients find more important than any other:
Q: What can you do for me?
A: We approach every client’s issues as if they are our own. We take a strategic, aggressive and professional approach to defending your case.
Q: Are you successful with that approach?
A: Yes. Below are some of our 2013 results.
State v. M.B.; 2013-CF-60XX (Duval)
Client accused of F1-Buy or Sell Minor for Naked Performance; F3-Transmission of Pornography; F2-Possess with Intent to Promote Movie/Photo of Sexual Performance by Child; F3-Sell or Surrender Minor for Property; F3-Forcing Another to Become Prostitute; and 3 1st* MM’s. Mr. McCormick attacked the case early and was able to get client time served on one misdemeanor, avoid further prosecution, and have all felonies and remaining misdemeanors dropped.
State v. D.C.; 2013-MM-71XX (Duval)
Client accused of and arrested for throwing Victim to the ground and striking Victim’s head against vehicle causing bruises and injuries to the Victim. Mr. McCormick exposed the alleged Victim’s lies to the prosecutor and charges were dropped.
State v. J.P.; 2013-CF-6XX (St. Johns)
Client accused of and arrested for F3-Domestic Battery Strangulation and M1-Domestic Battery for choking Victim and bloodying her nose. Mr. McCormick was able to expose some inconsistencies in the Victim’s allegations quickly and have the felony dropped. After more thorough investigation was conducted, Mr. McCormick also had the misdemeanor dropped.
State v. R.M.; 2013-MM-55XX (Duval)
Client accused of and arrested for pushing the Victim to the ground and swinging at her. Mr. McCormick exposed inconsistencies between the witness and alleged Victim accounts of the incident to the prosecutor. All charges dropped.
State v. J.W.; 2013-MM-68XX, 2013-MM-55XX (Duval)
Client accused of and arrested for violating an injunction by punching the Victim in the face several times, pushing and kicking her. The Victim also had her son make an incriminating statement against Client. Mr. McCormick successfully revealed to the prosecutor inconsistencies in the Victim, witness, and police officer’s account of the incident. All charges dropped.
State v. D.P.; 2013-CF-22XX (Duval)
Client accused of and arrested for Burglary to a construction site. Mr. McCormick was able to negotiate with the State Attorney’s Office to allow Client release from jail, avoid further prosecution or arrest, and all charges will be dropped in 6 months!
State v. D.T.; 2013-CF-72XX (Duval)
Client accused of and arrested for F2-Dealing in Stolen Property, F3-Grand Theft, and F3-False Verification. Mr. McCormick negotiated with the State Attorney’s Office for Client to be released from jail, avoid further prosecution, and all charges will be dropped in 8 months!
State v. A.S.; 2013-MM-60XX (Duval)
Client accused of and arrested for physically attacking the Victim and leaving visible injuries. Mr. McCormick exposed to the prosecutor that Client was in fact acting in self-defense. Charges dropped.
State v. E.E.; 2013-CF-73XX (Duval)
Client arrested on a warrant for Grand Theft after being accused of stealing a laptop computer from a plush downtown condominium. Mr. McCormick exposed the alleged Victim’s lies to the prosecutor. All charges dropped.
State v. J.V.; 2013-MM-10XX (Duval)
Client arrested for choking Victim and slamming her head into microwave and counter top. Mr. McCormick again revealed to the prosecutor inconsistencies in the Victim’s account of the incident as well as the possibility that the injuries to the Victim were inflicted in self-defense. All charges dropped. Client ecstatic that military clearance unaffected.
State v. J.W, ; 2013-CJ-7XX (Osceola)
Client arrested after an undercover officer witnessed him burglarizing a home. Mr. McCormick successfully negotiated with the State Attorney’s Office to allow Client to avoid further prosecution or jail and all charges will be dropped in 7 months!
Every case is unique and presents unique circumstances. We cannot promise or guarantee results. The Florida Bar deems promises or guarantees with respect to results an ethical violation.