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Brian P. Byrd


Brian has worked in two of the State Attorney's Offices in the State of Florida: first as a Certified Legal Intern in Tallahassee, Florida from 2011-2012, and second, as an Assistant State Attorney in Orange County, Florida from 2012-2015.  This extensive experience provided Brian with the experience of handling several thousand criminal cases.  Central Florida Criminal Defense.  Criminal defense in Orlando, and surrounding areas.


This invaluable experience provides Brian the opportunity to evaluate the facts of a criminal rationally and with neutrality.  Brian has prosecuted a variety of criminal cases, and has taken many cases to trial and through to a verdict.  If you're facing a criminal charge in: Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Volusia, or Brevard counties, you need a criminal defense attorney who understands the strengths and weaknesses of both sides and is willing to bring the case to trial if necessary.

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The ByrdLaw Firm


Central Florida Criminal Defense.  Criminal defense in Orlando, and surrounding areas. Being arrested is certainly not a pleasant experience, but an arrest in Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Volusia, and Brevard counties does not necessarily mean that you will be found guilty or even charged criminally by the Office of the State Attorney in your jurisdiction.  It is of the utmost importance that you contact the ByrdLaw firm as soon as possible following your arrest. 


The ByrdLaw firm will be able to evaluate your case on the front-end and determine if there are any possible pre-trial motions that could be filed on your behalf. It can further determine whether a letter could be submitted to the State Attorney's Office with evidence or mitigation of our own, with the desired goal of having the State decide to file a lesser charge or no charges at all.  Even if your specific legal issue involves a matter which we do not handle, we will be able to get you in touch with a great attorney who will.

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