Attorney Kevin Raudt is a former Broward County Assistant State Attorney who understands the impact that legal cases can have on a personÍs life. He practices criminal defense, family law, and civil law because he understands that is oftentimes impossible to neatly separate the law into separate little bundles. For example, being charged with a crime like domestic violence can have significant family law ramifications, which your criminal defense attorney must understand in order to provide you with the best representation possible. Likewise, any person charged with a DUI/DWI needs to be aware of the myriad ways those charges could impact all areas of his or her life, and an attorney without experience in other areas of the law may not have the expertise to properly advise a client in those areas.

In his years as an attorney, one of the things that Kevin has noticed is that when a person is accused of a crime, he or she may find that support networks and friends they believed they had disappear, especially if the crime is one that society deems particularly unacceptable. While people are innocent until proven guilty in the eyes of the law, in the eyes of society, many people are considered guilty from the moment they are accused. However, Kevin firmly believes that all defendants are entitled to the best, ethical and legal defense he can provide, and defends clients accused of crimes ranging from drug charges and financial crimes to sex crimes and violent crimes.

Kevin is a graduate of Florida International University and the Nova Southeastern University Law School. An active community member, Kevin is on the Board of Directors at Temple Beth Emet in Cooper City, a Board Member and Associate National Commissioner of the Anti-Defamation League, and a School Advisory Council Member.

To schedule a free consultation with Kevin, contact him at 954-765-1300 or visit him online at http://kevinaraudtesq.com/.