24 Hour South Florida Criminal Attorney Evan Kleiman.

You may have heard the quote in the television series entitled *THE FIRST 48 that "For Homicide Detectives, the clock starts ticking the moment they are called. Their chances of solving a murder are cut in half if they don't get a lead within the first 48 hours." Likewise, for a person who is arrested or under investigation for a criminal offense, time is also of the essence. The clock starts ticking the moment you have been arrested or become the subject of a criminal investigation. You need to protect your constitutional rights at these critical early stages as well as throughout the entire judicial process.

When an attorney intervenes at these early stages, they can:

  • shield you against unwanted police interrogation
  • act to preserve evidence that may be critical in your case
  • secure a reasonable bond or conditions of pre-trial release


The Law Offices of Evan Kleiman, P.A.
2455 Hollywood Boulevard • Suite 104
Hollywood, Florida 33020
Phone: 954.453.1142 Cell: 954.804.1940
Fax: 954.453.1115

At the Law Offices of Evan M. Kleiman, P.A., I understand that an individual who has been arrested needs help immediately. They can be overwhelmed with the judicial process the moment they enter it. That is the reason I am available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, weekends and holidays included. Call me on my cell phone (954) 804-1940. If you are not sleeping then neither am I. I am here to protect your rights.

Call us anytime.
24 Hours a day
7 Days a week
Cell: 954.804.1940


Criminal Defense Lawyer in Hollywood, Florida

There are many different types of criminal cases, all leading to a variety of outcomes. Crimes are categorized as misdemeanors or felonies; the latter having the worst consequences. Anyone who is found guilty of a crime faces several penalties, including expensive fines , community service and worst of all - jail or prison time. Additionally, a criminal conviction can cause you to lose your job, experience difficulty in obtaining new employment and can even lead to the loss of certain civil rights, such as voting. The sooner you seek legal help after your arrest, the more likely it is that your case will be resolved favorably.

With over 20 years of experience as a Hollywood criminal defense lawyer, I have seen a wide range of cases and have successfully helped my clients beat their charges either securing them a reduced sentence or wiping the charges away completely. Whether your case involves a drug offense, a Driving Under the Influence (DUI) charge, an assault and battery case, theft, or white collar crime such as embezzlement, you can rest assured that I will do everything in my power to secure a favorable outcome for your criminal case.

Below are just some of the many types of criminal cases my Hollywood criminal defense firm has handled and can represent you in: • DUI • Drug Possession • Drug Trafficking • Disorderly Conduct • Assault • Battery • Manslaughter • Homicide • Arson • Theft • Burglary • Sex Crimes • Domestic Abuse • Embezzlement • Forgery • Identity Theft • Weapons Violations and several others.

Don’t waste a single minute after being accused of a crime to contact my criminal defense team in Hollywood, Florida to protect your rights and contest your charges in court. With passion, integrity and commitment, I will represent you throughout your case and make sure your rights are not violated.

Call our Hollywood criminal attorneys today to schedule a consultation and allow us to put our expertise to use in defending your rights

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