Rogo Law is a focused, responsive law firm with offices in Tampa and Plant City, Florida. We devote ourselves to criminal law and traffic cases in the state of Florida. We are committed to providing a high level of service.
Every criminal matter is different. Every case has a unique set of facts. Your criminal defense lawyer should treat your case like the unique matter it is, paying careful attention to the details and building a real relationship. Your lawyer should treat you and your family with respect, consideration and fairness. Rogo Law does those things.
If you or a family member has been charged with a crime or accused of a serious traffic violation, you need the help of an attorney with a proven ability to carefully examine the facts, explain the possibilities and develop a viable defense — and then work hard to reach the best possible result. You need an attorney with the right experience. You need an attorney who knows Florida criminal law inside and out. You need an attorney who is willing to tell you the full truth about your case. I am all those things.
Experience counts. If you are looking for excellent legal representation, please talk to me, attorney Jason Rogozinski.
In all Criminal Cases, strict court procedure applies in all instances. The prosecutor, your adversary, will prepare for your case. Being investigated, arrested or prosecuted can be a terrifying and upsetting experience. Suddenly, you find your self in a world you never thought you would experience. A criminal case can effect many things like liberty, job opportunity, immigration status and family harmony.
In his years of practice, attorney Jason Rogozinski has gained a high level of trial experience, which, combined with an aggressive enthusiasm to fight for the criminally accused , will help you get through this situation. Personal conviction, experience, channeled aggression and full disclosure to the client are the foundation of his practice.
When you have been charged with a crime, you want to be sure that your rights are fully protected in the best way possible. Mr. Rogozinski is dedicated to providing each and every client with the level of defense that they require and deserve. After you have been arrested, it is in your best interest to have a powerful and connected advocate in your corner.
Attorney Jason Rogozinski is one of Tampa’s premiere Trial Attorneys. He will personally handle every case. Although the team at the Rogo Law Firm includes other attorneys who assist in research and writing and bilingual Paralegals (expert legal assistants), Jason Rogozinski will be consulting you at every stage of the investigation and the criminal Court case. As a client you will have phone access to Mr. Rogozinski 24 hours a day.
At this firm it is understood what type of pressure a criminal case brings with it. You will always be informed about the status of your case and will be represented competently throughout the proceedings. Attorney Rogozinski handles both State Court and Federal Court cases. Comprehensive and cutting edge representation distinguishes Mr. Rogozinski. As a member of virtually every specialized criminal defense organization in the United States and constantly being involved in international criminal cases, affords attorney Rogozinski the opportunity to be up to date on the most innovative forensic defense strategies. Whether it be the latest DNA testing of Narcotics or the most recent update of the criminal section of the Tax code, Mr. Rogozinski is updated in all areas of Criminal Law and has the right expert witnesses at hand.
There is no question that you require immediate criminal defense representation if law enforcement is moving forward against you, but picking the correct lawyer for your situation is the more complicated decision. Criminal Defense lawyer Jason Rogozinski will be your best choice based on 15 years of criminal law specialization, an intricate understanding of the system and an outstanding proven track record of getting results for his clients.
Call or email Jason Rogozinski today for a free case analysis and a suggested course of action to solve your problem.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
- Drug Charges
- DUI Defense
- Federal Crimes
- Juvenile Crimes
- Theft Crimes
- Violent Crimes
- White Collar Crime
Cases We Handle
No matter the severity and nature of criminal charges, involving an attorney is one of the most important steps a defendant can take to actively protect his or her freedom and future. At Rogo Law, we assist clients throughout Tampa in all aspects of criminal cases. We provide experienced counsel in the face of criminal investigations, arrests and formal charges. Following are some of the areas of practice that a Tampa criminal defense attorney at the firm may be able to assist you with:
Assault & Battery
Assault and battery are often charges that are given to a defendant at the same time if a certain criminal act is carried out. The act of assault is one that involves threatening to cause injury, while battery is the threat of violence carried out. The terms should not be used interchangeably.
If you have a scheduled court date that was missed some time in the past, you likely have a bench warrant in your name. Failing to appear at a hearing can lead to even more criminal consequences, and if you are tired of running from your bench warrant, you should talk to an attorney at once.
The theft crime involving the entering a home, office, vehicle or building with the intent to commit another crime is known as burglary. To be charged criminally with burglary, an individual does not need to actually commit a crime once inside. These charges may be reduced to misdemeanor trespass with help from an attorney.
With modern advances in computer technology and the internet, cyber crimes have come a long way in the last decade. The FBI closely monitors criminal activity involving computers and the information superhighway. Cyber crimes can cross state lines as well as international borders, thus incurring serious criminal penalties.
Conspiracy refers to where two or more people “conspire” to commit an illegal act. The act does not have to be carried out for conspiracy charges to be levied against the conspirators. Furthermore, a person can be charged with conspiracy in addition to the crime itself.
Simply put, counterfeiting is making a fake of something. This could include money, clothing, brand name items, and even documents. The federal government deals with these types of crimes and it does so very severely. Recently, there has been a worldwide crack-down on this type of crime. Such an accusation should not be ignored or taken lightly. The right defense could help shape your future for the better.
Disorderly Conduct/Disorderly Intoxication
Disorderly conduct and disorderly intoxication are charges that can be attained in several ways, including acting inappropriately in a public place. If you are facing either of these criminal charges, be sure to talk to a criminal attorney to ensure that your rights are protected.
Domestic violence is a criminal charge that can be filed as a misdemeanor or a felony offense, depending upon the specific circumstances in the case. In many cases, domestic violence charges result as a misunderstanding or due to a hidden agenda by a member of the family.
Driving with a Suspended License
Have you been accused of driving with a suspended license? In many cases, a person’s license may be suspended without their knowledge due to failure to pay a certain bill or tax, or the expiration of their driver’s license. It is important to understand your rights and secure legal representation if you have been charged with this offense.
There are many different types of drug offenses that can be committed by a person in the state of Florida, including trafficking, distribution, possession and sales. If you or someone you love has been accused and is under investigation for any type of drug crime, do not wait to call an attorney.
Drunk driving charges may seem to be harmless and among the least penalized of all offenses, but you should not be fooled. DUI charges are very serious and can have lifelong effects on a defendant if proper legal representation is not attained in a short matter of time.
Criminal charges fall under two different categories: felony and misdemeanor offenses. If you are facing either, you can be at risk for long prison sentences, high fines, community service, suspended license, probation and much more. Call our office today to get the help you need with any criminal charge.
Fraud crimes are some of the most serious offenses, especially because the federal government may become involved in an investigation and hand you additional charges. Insurance fraud includes making false statements or claiming another’s identity for insurance purposes.
If your underage child has been accused or charged with a crime, such as DUI or a drug-related offense, you must immediately speak to an attorney. Your child’s future is in jeopardy with an offense, and only a criminal lawyer will be able to protect them from facing lifelong consequences.
Leaving the Scene
Leaving the scene of an accident or fleeing the scene of a crime for any reason whatsoever is a crime in itself. Under very few circumstances will it be acceptable to leave the scene; you will face criminal charges and serious consequences if you are found guilty of this crime.
As one of the most serious violent crimes, manslaughter involves killing another person without malice aforethought or premeditation. A person commits manslaughter, for example, by killing a person in the “heat of the moment,” and the crime is very different from that of murder.
Murder is known as a crime against humanity in the matter that it takes the life of another person. A person is charged with murder when they plan and kill another person for any reason. There is no reason that murder is acceptable in Tampa, and it will be prosecuted harshly.
Have you been accused of making fraudulent claims on your mortgage paperwork? When a person provides information for their mortgage, they are expected to be honest and not to conceal any necessary information. Mortgage fraud is very serious and will require the help of a criminal lawyer to defend the charges.
As a part of a sentence, probation is given to those who do not have to face prison time or for those after they have served their prison sentence. They must abide by all laws and complete certain tasks according to their sentence. Many violations of probation are done by mistake because a defendant was unaware that their actions were in violation.
When a person is in the process of being arrested, they are expected to comply with an officer’s demands; unfortunately, misunderstandings between police officers and suspects lead to a charge known as resisting with or without violence.
Have you been convicted of a crime? Do you wish that you can take back this offense? Luckily, some cases are eligible for expungement, also known as the sealing of a criminal record. By working with an attorney, you may be able to have a criminal conviction on your record wiped clean.
This crime is relatively common in the United States. It is estimated that the government loses billions of dollars every year because of tax evasion. The IRS deals with these issues and determines the punishment that is afforded anyone whose charges are upheld. The law states that a person can be fined up to $100,000 and see 5 years of prison for this offense. It is important that you put together a strong defense that places a reasonable doubt about the motive behind failing to file a tax return.
Theft crimes, including shoplifting, grand theft, burglary, robbery and armed burglary and robbery are all offenses that are taken very seriously in the state of Florida. With a criminal defense attorney on your case, you may be capable of successfully defending your criminal case.
If you have been accused of violating the law regarding weapons and firearms, you may be at risk to face serious consequences. Weapons charges may include unlawful possession of a firearm and use of a firearm, among many other criminal charges.
White Collar Crimes
Many people are often unsure of what a white collar crime is, even if they have been accused of this type of offense. White collar crimes are generally criminal charges relating to offenses of finance or business, such as fraud, embezzlement, forgery, bribery and more.
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