Defending Your Future

Being accused of a crime is serious business. Prosecutors are highly skilled and motivated to win a conviction against you on the most serious charges possible and to get the court to impose upon you the harshest available penalties. You will face the potential of time behind bars, steep fines and long-term damage to your personal and professional life.

Never forget that you have the right to a defense, and that it is crucial that you speak to an experienced lawyer about developing the strongest, smartest defense you can.

At the Pensacola, Florida, law office of Robert C. Allen, P.A., we provide skilled, aggressive representation for people accused of crimes, defending their rights and their futures. We have experience with a wide variety of issues in criminal law, including:

  • DUI/DWI
  • Drug charges
  • Theft
  • Violent crimes
  • Felony charges
  • Misdemeanors
  • State crimes
  • Federal crimes

Our attorney has been representing clients for more than 25 years and has fought for clients in a wide variety of criminal cases. He has knowledge of the law and experience with the strategies and procedures that can help our clients.

Honest Advice And Personalized Strategies

When we represent you, we talk to you about your legal options and give you honest advice, based on our knowledge and experience. Once we decide how to proceed, we develop a plan customized just for you and your situation. We work efficiently and effectively to fight for the best results.

We care about our clients, their results and how criminal charges will affect their futures. When going before a jury is the best way of resolving your case, we are willing to go the distance, arguing forcefully on your behalf in court.

Talk To A Skilled Lawyer First

Perhaps the most common mistake people make after they have been accused of a crime is to talk to the police. The police perform a valuable service in society, and there are many good cops out there. However, when you are under suspicion for a crime, whether you're innocent or not, it's crucial that you remember the police are not your friends.

If you have been accused of a crime, or if you suspect you soon will be accused, it's crucial that you speak as soon as possible to a criminal defense lawyer.

Get started by calling our office at 850-308-6188. You can also contact us by email.