Cory C. Strolla, Esq. has been identified as One of the Top DUI Attorneys in Florida by the National Advocacy for DUI Defense (NAFDD)

Cory C. Strolla, attorney-at-law, recently became a member of the National Advocacy for DUI Defense (NAFDD), LLC, an organization that awards the nation’s best private Driving Under the Influence (DUI) attorneys. NAFDD identifies the top criminal defense attorneys in each state based upon their experience, reputation, and achievements, among other factors. Those who are selected spend a significant portion of their practice representing individuals accused of DUI offenses (sometimes called DWI, DWII, OUI, OVI, OWI or OUII, depending on your State). DUI law is a highly specialized field. Effective DUI attorneys navigate through many complex legal issues, including the lawfulness of stops, detentions, and arrests; the reliability of field sobriety tasks; the accuracy of breath and blood testing methods, including retrograde extrapolations; and driver license ramifications and administrative hearings. The attorneys selected by NAFDD have distinguished themselves by demonstrating particularized knowledge, skill, experience, and expertise in each of these areas, among others. NAFDD’s selection criteria are driven by a number of considerations. To meet eligibility requirements, an attorney (1) must be licensed and in good standing with the state bar organization, (2) must be in private practice, (3) has to have practiced DUI law for at least seven years, and (4) must devote a significant portion of his or her practice to DUI defense. Additional factors include: · Total length of time the attorney has been practicing criminal law · Number of DUI clients the attorney has represented · Jury trial experience · Bench trial experience · DUI case results · Formal DUI training · DUI publications · DUI presentations · Available peer reviews · Available client reviews · DUI-related achievements and/or...

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Expectant mother charged with Grand Larceny

Story: An expecting young woman was charged with Grand Larceny. She had made many mistakes in her life, but was ready to make a change in her life, not only for herself but, more importantly for the sake of her child. She had a prior felony and when she approached me to help her. Charged with: Grand Larceny If convicted: The DA was offering 2-6 years in State Prison. Result: For 3 years, est Palm Beach Criminal Attorney, Cory Strolla battled the DA’s office, until finally we achieved a dismissal of all criminal...

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