When you retain attorney Brian E. Gonzalez to handle your criminal case, you are getting a lawyer who highly values your freedom, future and reputation.
Years of experience dedicated to defending your rights, freedom and future.
32+ Years of
Brian has aggressively represented over 8,000 of Criminal Defendants on State and Federal Levels.
Your initial Criminal Defense consultation is free and we’re ready to defend your future now.
Client relations are important and we handle every case with professionalism and confidence.
Watch Brian Gonzalez in Trial:
Tampa Criminal Attorney Brian Gonzalez delivers a portion of his closing argument in the Rosa first degree murder trial.
Focused exclusively on aggressive Criminal Defense…
United States v. Y.G.
Case No. 8:17-CR-192-T-SDM-JSS
Our client was Indicted in Federal court with Conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute over 7,000 Grams (7 Kilos) of Cocaine. After the successful cross examination of the confidential informant and DEA Special Agent during the week long trial, the jury returned a verdict of not guilty.
State v. B.M. | Case No. 17-CF-0978
Our client was charged with Sexual Battery, a first degree felony punishable by up to thirty (30) years in prison. After exposing inconsistencies in the victim’s statements and timeline, all formal charges were dismissed.
State v. R.W. | Case No. 16-CF-13061
Our client was charged with Written Threats to Kill, Burglary of an Occupied Dwelling and Aggravated Stalking. After investigation and producing evidence that our client did not attempt to enter the dwelling and further that the victim was not in fear, the State filed reduced misdemeanor charges of Stalking, Trespass and Assault in exchange for misdemeanor probation. He was facing mandatory prison time.
State v. M.G. | Case No. 16-CT-7328
Our client was charged with DUI. A Motion to Dismiss was filed attacking the probable cause for the stop and charges were dismissed.
Our service areas are Statewide,
including but not limited to the following Counties:
The Firm also practices in all Federal District Courts