Skilled Defense From
A Former Prosecutor
Advocating For You In Fighting Tourist Criminal Charges
While enjoying a vacation along Florida’s Treasure Coast, you pursue many pleasurable things. But, sometimes along the way, the choices you make lead to an abrupt end to funtime. Suddenly, as a tourist, you face criminal charges. You are arrested, thrown in jail and need legal help. So far from home, who do you turn to for help?
Adam Chrzan, Attorney At Law, in Vero Beach, Florida, is prepared to get you out of a jam. An experienced criminal defense attorney, Mr. Chrzan will provide honest legal explanations, realistic advice and solid representation. A former criminal prosecutor, he knows how to guide you through the court system and will work to the best of his abilities.
Helping You Overcome Legal Woes
You’ve traveled miles and hours from your home for a vacation in Florida. You may be from the Midwest, Northeast or Northwest. But any tourist can get into legal trouble at any time. If you have been charged with a crime in Florida, you need solid help. Mr. Chrzan has represented many many people in tourist crime defense cases. The list of offenses includes:
- Drunk driving or driving under the influence of a controlled substance
- Disorderly conduct
- Assault and battery
- Weapons charges
- Drug charges such as possession of marijuana, cocaine and heroin
- Soliciting prostitution
You live a long distance away and will have a difficult time returning to Florida for court dates. Mr. Chrzan will fight the good fight for you, protecting your rights while minimizing the number of times you must return to court. He’s effective and understanding.
Free Consultations; Call Us 24/7
As a tourist facing criminal charges so far from home, you need a solid legal ally. Adam Chrzan, Attorney At Law, in Vero Beach, Florida, is an experienced criminal defense attorney who will advocate for you. He’s an accommodating lawyer who is available 24/7 and provides free consultations for criminal matters. Contact him anytime via [email protected] or call 772-410-3722.