Central Florida Assault and Battery Attorney James J. Gigliotti
Orlando attorney James J. Gigliotti has 10 years of experience defending people accused of criminal charges ranging from second-degree misdemeanor to life felony. James J. Gigliotti handles all misdemeanor and felony cases, including those involving allegations of domestic violence such as assault, battery, stalking, and violation of injunction. He works hard to help you regain your freedom and restore your reputation.
There may still be time to protect your rights before your trial or hearing. You should act right away. Contact James J. Gigliotti to arrange a free consultation at your home, office, police station or jail cell. Call 888-858-9431, toll free.
Aggressive Representation of Your Rights in All Felony, Misdemeanor and Domestic Violence Cases
As your Orlando criminal law attorney, James J. Gigliotti will arm you with the information you need to make the right decisions about your case — and your future.
He will explain the charges against you, defense strategies, and the possible penalties you may be facing.
He will fight to protect your rights when you have been accused of a felony or misdemeanor, including crimes of domestic violence such as assault, battery, stalking and violation of injunction.
If you have been served with an injunction/restraining order, he will work hard to defend you against allegations of domestic abuse, dating or repeat violence.
For aggressive criminal defense representation you can depend on, contact the Law Offices of James J. Gigliotti. We serve clients in Orlando, Winter Springs, Lake Mary, Winter Park, Sanford, Casselberry, Oviedo, Altamonte Springs, DeLand, Longwood, Maitland, Apopka, Winter Garden, Windermere, Kissimmee, Titusville, Clermont, Leesburg, Mount Dora, Deltona and others throughout Orange County, Osceola County, Seminole County, Lake County and Volusia County.
Your Free Initial Consultation With a Winter Park Injunction Lawyer
Orlando criminal defense attorney James J. Gigliotti is available to speak with you by local or toll-free phone, e-mail, or fax. If you are being detained in a police station or jail cell, he can visit you there.