Criminal Law Attorney in Clearwater, FL, with Experience Defending Clients Against a Variety of Charges
Criminal law attorney Charles Holloway, whose practice is based in Clearwater, Florida, has a career-long familiarity with the intricacies of the criminal law system. After graduating from Stetson Law School and being admitted to practice law in the State of Florida, he worked as an Assistant State Attorney in Pinellas County for three years, during which time he prosecuted criminal matters ranging from misdemeanors to felonies.
Charles Holloway established his criminal defense firm in Clearwater, FL, in 1986. Since that time, he has represented clients throughout the Tampa Bay area facing a wide variety of criminal law charges — both misdemeanors and felonies — including allegations stemming from the following offenses:
- Domestic violence
- Drug offenses
- Injunction/restraining order violations
- Probation violations
- Sexual offenses
Charles Holloway also handles juvenile matters, as well as sealings and expungements. Although he has practiced criminal defense for more than 30 years, he continues to draw on his experience as a prosecutor to this day, as it enables him to anticipate opposing counsel’s next move when determining case strategy.
Facing criminal charges can be one of the most stressful experiences of a person’s life. Charles Holloway understands this, and he makes every effort to help minimize his clients’ anxiety as he guides them through the criminal law process. He returns his clients’ phone calls the same day and routinely accommodates their scheduling needs with evening and weekend appointments. Above all, he treats his clients and their families with respect, patience, and honesty. Although he cannot promise his clients that he will achieve a specific result, he can promise them that he will represent them with integrity and to the very best of his ability and effort.
If you find yourself facing criminal charges in the Clearwater, FL, area, please call criminal law attorney Charles Holloway to schedule a free initial consultation, during which he will review the documents relating to your charges and provide you with a preliminary evaluation of your case.