Criminal Defense

Let’s face it, bad things happen to good people. Criminal charges are often met with embarrassment or shame. People hesitate to reach out to an attorney because they may feel judged or afraid to share intimate details. This firm understands that and will work to establish your trust and lower those walls.

Sometimes the best result comes from a passionate attorney that stands in your shoes, knows you as a person and not a file number.

Having the experience of a skilled and capable criminal defense attorney who is intimately familiar with the legal system will help you feel like you are already on the path to putting a criminal case behind you.

Regardless of the type of criminal charge you face, Sando Law, P.A. is here to help you. This firm handles everything from the most serious felony cases to minor traffic violations. We are confident after meeting Attorney Sando, that his personality, skill set, and experience will be a match for you.

Fish and Wildlife Defense

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (“FWC”) regulates Florida’s abundant fish and wildlife resources and enforces FWC’s rules and state laws.

Boating, fishing, hunting, and other activities are heavily regulated in Florida’s wildlife conservation efforts. Many species are considered endangered or threatened and depend on conservation. Regulations are regularly reviewed and can be amended. It can be challenging to stay updated. Strict limits are placed on sizes, species, seasons, methods of taking, and bag limits.

Many people violate FWC’s rules, permits, or state laws without even being aware that they exist and as many of us know, ignorance of the law is not a defense in a courtroom. If you violate these rules or laws, you need to take them seriously, as you can end up facing a criminal conviction, probation, fines, and other punitive actions.

It is highly recommended that you seek the advice of an experienced fish and wildlife attorney with specific knowledge of FWC’s rules.

If you have come to Sando Law, P.A. for assistance with a Fish and Wildlife case, you have found the right place. As a former special prosecutor for Florida fish and wildlife cases and the two-time recipient of a Prosecutor of the Year Award from both the FWC and the North Palm Beach Coastal Conservation Association, Attorney Sando has experience and knowledge in this area of the law that is unmatched.

Immigration Services

Immigration laws govern non-U.S. citizens. Every person who is not a U.S. citizen and allowed to enter the country holds either an immigrant status or a nonimmigrant status. An immigrant status covers people who live permanently in the U.S. while a nonimmigrant status covers people who are in the U.S. on a temporary basis.

Immigration laws change regularly and, with each administration in the White House, there can be major changes that profoundly affect the lives of millions of people. As a former prosecutor, Attorney Sando has built his firm around compassion, candor, and confidence.

Immigration issues are highly personal and emotional because of their impact on the extended families of the individuals involved. They can affect both the ability to live and work here and the opportunity to become a naturalized U.S. citizen, remain permanently, and benefit from all the associated rights that we all enjoy.

An experienced Immigration attorney helps individuals and families navigate the complex legal systems that sometimes create delays and obstacles to individuals fulfilling their dreams.

If you are facing a criminal case and potential immigration issues, Sando Law, P.A. is a uniquely positioned firm that can offer you well-rounded assistance with your case. At Sando Law, P.A., let a former prosecutor provide you with representation ranging from a full range of immigration services you may need.

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