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Criminal Defense Attorney

Tallahassee Criminal Defense Lawyers

Student Arrests

Students who are arrested in Tallahassee have additional concerns other than their criminal charges.  When a student is enrolled at Florida State University, Florida A & M University or Tallahassee Community College and they get arrested they are violating the Student Conduct Code of the University.  The University can suspend or expel a student for a violation of the student conduct code.  At Friedman, Frank & Abrahamsen we focus on representing students, not only in their criminal cases, but also in their cases against the University.  While an arrest may lead to an allegation of violating the Student Conduct Code, you are entitled to a hearing to contest these allegations.  You are also entitled to have an attorney present with you at these hearings.  Our firm has handled hundreds of student conduct code hearings.  Call us today to find out how we can help with your student conduct code hearing.

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Personal Injury

• Automobile Accidents
• Trucking Accidents
• Boating Accidents
• Motorcycle Accidents
• Negligent Security
• Assaults on Premises
• Traumatic Brain Injuries
• Spinal Cord Injuries
• Abuse of Elderly
• Child Abuse
• Dog Bite Attacks
• Physical Assaults
• Sexual Assaults
• Slip and Fall
• Unsafe Public Premises
• Defective Products
• Dangerous Products
• Wrongful Death
• Construction Site Injuries
• Daycare Negligence
• Childcare Negligence
• Teacher Negligence
• Hazing Injuries
• Injuries at School
• Car Accidents
• Social Security Disability

Employment Law

Discrimination • Sexual harassment • Whistle-blower retaliation • Employment Contract Disputes • Wage and hour (overtime) disputes • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) • Workers' compensation retaliation • Unemployment Compensation • Hostile Work Environment • Non-compete Agreements • Government/Public Sector Employees • State Employees • Federal Employees • Federal EEO Claims