How Our Law Firm Can Help You

Dropped Charges

We can often have your case dropped before criminal charges are ever filed.

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Reduced Charges

We can negotiate with your intake prosecutor for drastically reduced charges.

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Trial Defense

We can file pre-trial motions to exclude or limit illegally obtained evidence.

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Reduced Sentences

In the event of a conviction, we can persuade the court for a more lenient sentence.

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Bryce Fetter Orlando Criminal Defense Attorney

Call Bryce Fetter at 407.740.7275 for a free consultation. In addition to keeping extended business hours, our office is open every Saturday.

Bryce Fetter is an experienced Orlando criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor who represents individuals accused of criminal matters throughout Orange County, Seminole County and the surrounding Central Florida area.

Bryce Fetter has called Central Florida home for more than 35 years, and he is familiar with the courtroom practices, judges, prosecutors and police officers here in the Orlando and Central Florida area. Due to his years of experience as a former local prosecutor and Orlando criminal defense lawyer, he understands how the system works.

How an Arrest Becomes a Case

7 Stages [Roll Over to View]

911 Call, Traffic Stop or Anonymous Tip

1

Police start an Investigation

2

Person Arrested and Booked on Recommended Charges

3

Police report created justifying arrest and recommended charges

4

Arrest report then forwarded to the State Attorney's Office for review of the recommended charges. Only the Prosecutor can file charges or drop charges.

5

Attorney calls the prosecutor to discuss possible case issues that can lead to charges being dropped or reduced.

6

The case is filed on or dismissed by the Prosecutor.

7

What we will do to fight your case

1

Free Consultation

We schedule an appointment to learn about you, learn about your case and determine how we can help.

2

Obtain alll Written Reports

Obtain and review all written police reports relating to your arrest.

3

Preserve all Video Evidence

Demand, review and order the preservation of all video evidence.

4

Visit the Scene

Visit the scene of the arrest or alleged crime, combing for evidence while notating irregularities or conflicting information.

5

Favorable Evidence

Compile a list of all possible witnesses and statements concerning your case. Interview and question all parties concerned.

6

Hire an Investigator

Hire a private investigator, when applicable, to interview witnesses, visit the crime scene and gather favorable evidence.

7

Examine the State's Evidence

Conduct a thorough background check of all potential witnesses and involved parties, looking for information helpful to your case.

8

File Pre-Trial Motions

File pre-trial motions to limit or exclude unfavorable or illegally obtained evidence.

Bryce made me feel confident about his knowledge from the start and was extremely personable. He explained each process in a complete manner and in a language that I could understand. He welcomed any questions and gave thorough answers and would not proceed until he was sure that I understood and was happy with his answer. Extremely easy and comfortable to talk to and he made me feel welcomed and at ease. I never felt pressured about taking up too much of his time and his communication outside the office is excellent, timely responses with all questions answered. I didn't feel like a number and knew I could reach him anytime. He made a bad situation almost pleasurable with perfect results.

FrankCriminal Defense Client