The Umansky Law Firm was founded by former prosecutor William D. Umansky. Mr. Umansky was later joined in the practice by his wife, former prosecutor Zahra S. Umansky.
As our husband-and-wife law practice grew, we added associate attorneys, paralegals and administrative staff to provide our clients with the highest level of legal representation and personal service. Each of our lawyers was a former prosecutor and brings a unique perspective to our firm which in turn helps you with your case! Our attorneys have over 100 years of experience combined and are driven to providing you with a second chance.
It is not uncommon for Orlando residents facing criminal charges to wonder if an attorney is necessary. After all, there is no requirement that a person charged with a criminal offense hires legal counsel at all. But proceeding without an attorney comes with serious risks and the consequences of a mistake can be life-altering.
One of the most important ways an Orlando criminal defense attorney could help is by providing a defendant with a frame of reference. They could explain the severity of the charges and the person’s chances of prevailing at trial.
An attorney could also develop a defense strategy tailored to the facts of the case. This process involves investigating the allegations against the defendant and determining the best way to fight back.
Going through a trial can be especially risky without legal counsel. The trial process involves archaic rules of evidence and complex procedures regarding everything from jury selection to marking evidence. Given the severity of the potential penalties, it is never a good idea to move forward without a lawyer to manage the case.
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