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William E. Bubsey Attorney at Law
Criminal defense in Tallahassee, Florida

The Criminal Defense Attorney You Need

Being accused of a crime can be an overwhelming experience. There is often a long and complicated process, in which you may ultimately face harsh consequences.

In situations like these, you need an attorney to represent you. I am William E. Bubsey, Attorney at Law. I have been practicing for nearly 40 years, so you can be confident in my expertise and ability to represent you.

Working For You

My specialty is defending those who have been accused of a federal crime. I handle white collar crimes such as fraud and identity theft, crimes against persons such as robbery and assault, crimes against property such as burglary, and many more. Regardless of the accusation against you, I will do everything I can to help prove your innocence or mitigate the consequences of conviction. There is always a great deal at stake, and you need an advocate to represent and assist you.

I will sit down with you personally to help you understand what is happening. Each case is different, and I will compose a legal plan that best helps you. Whether your case requires negotiation, litigation, or another course of action, I am here to help.

I am also able to represent you in appeals.

Contact Me

In federal and state court cases, you need a lawyer you can trust. Schedule a consultation with me today by calling 850-999-7400. You can also send an email.

My office, located in Tallahassee, Florida, represents clients in Florida and Georgia.



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My lawyer has told me not to talk to anyone about my case, not to answer questions, and not to reply to accusations. Call my lawyer if you want to ask me questions, search me or my property, do tests, do any lineups, or do any other I.D. procedures. I do not agree to any of these things without my lawyer present and I do not want to waive any of my constitutional rights.

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