If you have been arrested, the court process can be an overwhelming and confusing experience. When I meet with clients, I provide a road map of what you can expect, given your individual circumstances. Committed to protecting your rights!
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Tampa Bay Criminal Defense
I have been practicing law since 2006 and concentrate in the area of Criminal Defense. As a former prosecutor and law enforcement officer I provide clients with the experience and first-hand knowledge of understanding the law enforcement, prosecutor, and defense sides of the legal system. If you have been arrested, entering the Criminal Justice system can be a confusing and overwhelming experience.
Part of the process in preparing for court involves an understanding of the following:
- What have you been charged with?
- Why have you been charged?
- What the legal consequences may be?
- How to protect your legal rights?
- How to make a well informed decision about your case?
I have successfully handled criminal cases involving Armed Burglary, Assault, Battery, DUI, Trespass, Drug Crimes, Domestic Violence, Juvenile Crimes, Fraud, and Theft Crimes.
An arrest for DUI can be an overwhelming and confusing time as one is confronted with the criminal and civil process simultaneously.
If you have been arrested for DUI, you may want to consider your legal options and understand the criminal and civil process prior to going to court. A DUI conviction may lead to a suspension of your driver’s license, criminal penalties, and an increase in your car insurance.
When defending a DUI case, I treat each case differently, as no two cases are alike. Each case contains separate facts and circumstances which may be imperative in the defense of your case. DUI cases are fact specific and paying attention to the details is vital.
Some of the important issues a DUI attorney must review in a DUI case are the following:
- The basis for the traffic stop – Why did the police stop you in the first place?
- Field Sobriety Exercises – What exercises were performed?
- Breath, Urine, or Blood Results – What was the outcome of the field sobriety tests?
- Any other pertinent information revealed through the investigative process.
- Any previous DUI convictions?
- DUI arrest involving a crash or serious bodily injury?
I strive to devote my time and attention to each case and work with each client individually on a one-on-one basis. When you contact my office at 727-330-7800, you will speak with directly with me to discuss your case, concerns, or questions.
Eviction Law Attorney – Commercial & Residential Evictions
Representing landlords, property managers, investors, out-of-state owners and realtors in residential and commercial eviction actions for nonpayment of rent, failure to comply with the lease agreement, failure by the tenant to vacate after termination of the lease agreement, or failure by the tenant to comply with Florida State Statutes regarding a tenant’s conduct. Residential Evictions, Commercial Evictions, House Evictions, Apartment Evictions.
What is the eviction process?
- Notice to tenant
- Tenant has 5 days to answer to the complaint
- If no answer, move for default judgment
- Final judgment
- Writ of possession
Cases are handled on a flat fee basis plus the court costs. To get the process started, call 727-330-7800.
Marijuana Defense Lawyer
During my career in law enforcement, I worked six years as an undercover narcotics detective. I have investigated and arrested hundreds of individuals for possession, sale, trafficking, and manufacturing of marijuana, cocaine, MDMA (ecstasy), methamphetamine, and prescription drugs. I have the knowledge, training, and experience working complex investigations involving wire-tap investigations, search warrants, buy and bust operations, knock and talk encounters, indoor marijuana grow operations, and street level hand-to-hand buys.
The Law Office of Venessa Bornost, P.A. is dedicated to aggressively representing clients arrested for drug crimes, including the following:
- Cultivation of Marijuana
- Possession of Marijuana
- Intent to Sell Marijuana
- Possession of Paraphernalia
- Trafficking in Cannabis
About Attorney Venessa Bornost
Venessa Bornost earned her law degree from Nova Southeastern University School of Law and received a Bachelor’s Degree from Florida State University in Criminology. Ms. Bornost worked as prosecutor in the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit handling DUI’s, criminal traffic violations, misdemeanor crimes, drug offenses, domestic violence cases, and felony cases. Ms. Bornost’s experience as a prosecutor involved jury trials, nonjury trials, motion to suppress arguments, and daily courtroom criminal procedures.
Area Served: Tampa Bay > Pinellas, Pasco, Hillsborough, and Hernando Counties
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Member since: September 3, 2009