Lakeland, Florida

Criminal attorney Jason Mayberry has had the privilege to represent the citizens of Lakeland, Florida and Polk County since 2007. In addition to representing those accused of crime, Jason has represented many Polk County residents in personal injury claims, medical malpractice claims, and with their family law issues. Lakeland’s geographical location makes it a centrally located city between Orlando and Tampa. As a former resident of Lakeland, Jason appreciates the small town feel of Lakeland while understanding the convenience provided by Lakeland’s many businesses and restaurants.

When prospective clients from Lakeland call our firm with a DUI or criminal issue they want to know how we can help them, what the possible penalties could be for their legal issue, and what kinds of cases we handle in Lakeland. Other times our potential clients in Lakeland just want to get to know us so they can make an informed decision on who the best attorney is for their unique case. Regardless of the reason for the call, attorney Jason Mayberry is happy to answer your questions.

What Types of Cases We Handle in Lakeland

Lakeland criminal attorney Jason Mayberry handles all types of criminal cases in Lakeland and surrounding Polk County areas. No case is too small or too big for the Mayberry Law Firm. We are available to handle all kinds of traffic related cases including: DUI, Driving While License Suspended, Fleeing to Elude, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, No Valid Driver’s License, Racing on the Highway, Reckless Driving, Vehicular Homicide, and all boating offenses. In addition to traffic related offenses we handle all general criminal matters including: Property Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft Crimes, Violent Crimes, all Federal Crimes, and Domestic issues. For any specific kinds of cases not mentioned here, feel free to review our Practice Areas page for all cases we handle. Even if you fail to see your specific case type mentioned, contact our firm to inquire!

How Much Will it Cost for Representation and Will I Have to Go to Court?

Our legal fees vary by the complexity of a case. That said, we will always quote a reasonable fee that we believe is accurate considering the amount of time we put into your defense, our availability, and the personal touch we give to each client we represent. We will always have our clients execute a “Waiver of Appearance and Authority to Represent” so that we can attend most or all court dates for our clients should they not want to attend. Not all Judges will allow for a waiver of a client’s presence, however we will do all we can to make this process as convenient as possible for our clients.

How Do You Get Started?

We offer free consultations for those prospective clients interested in retaining a private attorney. If you’re interested in retaining the Mayberry Law Firm, simply contact us online or call us at 813-444-7435 or at 727-771-3847. We’re available around the clock to help anyway we can with whatever your legal need may be.