Our Case Results

A Long Track Record of Success

For over 15 years, our Miami criminal defense attorney at Law Office of Armando J. Hernandez, P.A. has been fighting on behalf of clients throughout Florida. As a result, we have successfully helped countless individuals get the criminal charges they were facing dismissed or reduced. We can help you too. Whether you have been charged with a sex crime, violent crime, DUI, or anything else, we can handle it. To see how we assisted our past clients, feel free to browse through our case results here. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to us today at (305) 400-0074 or contact us online.

  • Dismissed
    3rd DUl The Defendant was arrested for a third DUI offense. Traditionally, the State attorney's office would require a long period of incarceration for such behavior. However, Mr. Hernandez was able to avoid jail for his client and convinced the State Attorney’s office that probation and no jail was appropriate.
  • Acquitted
    Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon The Defendant was accused of trying to run over his ex-wife’s lover with his car at a high rate of speed as the alleged victim walked in an apartment complex. After trial, the jury found the defendant not guilty of all charges.
  • Dismissed
    Aggravated Battery of a Pregnant Woman The Defendant was arrested for battering his pregnant girlfriend. Mr. Hernandez was able to acquire surveillance video and text message showing that the incident did not happen as the alleged victim described. The state dismissed the charges.
  • Dismissed
    Aggravated Battery with a Deadly Weapon Defendant was arrested and accused of striking someone with a machete. Multiple witnesses were present during the incident. Mr. Hernandez was able to interview and provide witnesses to the State Attorney’s Office who called in to question the alleged victims credibility. The State agreed to dismiss the charges.
  • Dismissed
    Credit Card Forgery and Possession of Marijuana The Defendant was arrested for four counts of credit card forgery. Mr. Hernandez was able to convince the state to dismiss all the charges.
  • Dismissed
    Displaying a firearm while committing a Felony, tampering with physical evidence and shooting a deadly missile The Defendant was arrested for allegedly firing a firearm in the direction of civilians in an apartment complex and later disposing of the weapon in a canal. Mr. Hernandez was able to convince the State during pre-file stage to dismiss all counts.
  • Dismissed
    Domestic Battery by Strangulation The Defendant was arrested for beating and strangling his wife. Mr. Hernandez was able to convince the state the they did not have enough evidence to move forward with the case. The charge was dismissed.
  • Dismissed
    False Imprisonment, Battery and Tampering with a Witness The defendant was arrested for battery and false imprisonment. Mr. Hernandez was able to convince the state to dismiss all the charges.
  • Dismissed
    Grand Theft The Defendant was accused of stealing items at a major department store. Everything was captured on closed circuit television. Mr. Hernandez was able to convince the State to drop the Charges.
  • Dismissed
    Lewd and Lascivious Battery on a child between 12-16 years old The Defendant was arrested for impregnating a 14 year old female. The alleged victim was 9 months pregnant and delivered the baby. Mr. Hernandez was able to convince the State to dismiss the charges against his client.
  • Dismissed
    Possession of a Controlled Substance The Defendant was arrested for possessing illegal drugs in his vehicle. Mr. Hernandez was able to convince the state to dismiss the charge.
  • Acquitted
    Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon and Possession of Cocaine The Defendant, who was a convicted felon, was arrested for possessing a firearm as a convicted felon and possession of cocaine. He was looking at a 3 year minimum mandatory if he was found guilty of possessing the firearm as a convicted felon. After trial, the jury returned a verdict of not guilty as to all counts.
  • Dismissed
    Trafficking in Credit Cards The Defendant was arrest for trafficking in credit cards. He consented to a search of the vehicle where the officer found contraband. Mr. Hernandez was able to convince the state to dismiss the charge against his client.
  • Acquitted
    Two Counts of Battery The Defendant was accused of battering his ex-wife and her new boyfriend. After trial and multiple witnesses called by the State and Mr. Hernandez, the jury returned a verdict of not guilty as to all counts.

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