Delivering Aggressive, Professional And Effective Legal Representation

Tough, Tenacious Representation From A Former Prosecutor

Criminal charges can have a drastic effect on your life. The consequences can include jail or prison time, fines, probation and more. A criminal conviction also leaves a mark on your criminal record that makes it difficult to find employment or housing. For these reasons, it is critical to hire an experienced criminal defense lawyer who will fight to protect your rights and freedom. In Tampa and throughout Florida, you can find such an attorney at the Law Office of Christopher G. Frey, Esq.

I served as a prosecutor prior to starting my own practice, representing clients accused of violent crimes, drug offenses, drunk driving and probation violations, to name just a few. I bring over 35 years of experience to each case, and I am committed to helping each client seek the most favorable outcome available. I want to help you, too.

Regardless Of The Charges, Let Me Be Your Advocate

My firm regularly assists clients charged with a wide variety of criminal offenses, including those related to:

White collar crimes: These include fraud, money laundering, embezzlement, identity theft and more. You can contact me at the first sign of trouble, perhaps even before charges are filed.

Theft charges: These range from shoplifting to grand larceny. A theft conviction carries many consequences that are not limited to jail time. It can impact your social standing, professional licenses, employment opportunities and much more.


 Drug charges: Examples of drug charges include possession, possession with intent to distribute, manufacturing and trafficking. Depending on the drug, quantity and specific allegations, drug charges can range from misdemeanors to serious felony offenses. However, all charges need to be taken seriously and addressed with the help of an attorney.

Drunk driving: Whether you were charged with driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol, drugs or a combination of the two, a DUI conviction can result in jail time, loss of your license and steep fines. It may also result in noncriminal consequences, like significantly higher auto insurance premiums.

Bankruptcy fraud: Anyone going through the bankruptcy process is required to disclose all assets and liabilities as accurately and completely as possible. Examples of bankruptcy fraud include failing to report bank accounts and assets, failing to report assets and money to the court and distorting the total value of assets and money when they are reported to creditors. As an attorney who practices bankruptcy law as well as criminal defense, I am well-suited to representing clients charged with bankruptcy fraud.

Family-related offenses: Were you accused of domestic violence or child abuse? Was your child charged with juvenile delinquency? I can help. I discuss these offenses in greater detail on my family law page.

The list above is far from complete. No matter what you’ve been charged with, your defense strategy starts by contacting an experienced and aggressive attorney like me.

Discuss Your Rights And Legal Options In A Free Consultation

The Law Office of Christopher G. Frey offers free case evaluations to prospective clients throughout Florida. To discuss your case with me and learn how I can help, contact me online or call my Tampa office at 813-322-2419.

Christopher G. Frey is a debt relief agent. He helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.