I take great pride in my professional achievements and the results I have gained for my clients. Not only have I fought against the biggest insurance companies in the United States, but against some of the biggest corporations and companies as well. Most importantly, the passion that inspired me to become an attorney in the first place has only grown over the years. I continue to be known as the “true believer.” I treat each case as if it were my own. I know what it’s like to feel helpless in the often-complicated legal world, and I have seen firsthand the importance of expert, experienced legal representation. I have personally tried over 100 jury trials to verdict as lead counsel and I have assisted in dozens and dozens of jury trials as co-counsel assisting other attorneys. I have reached favorable outcomes for thousands of my clients, and I would be honored to represent you.
Client charged with Disorderly Conduct: Case dismissed by State Attorney’s office on day of trial. State Attorney wanted client to accept a plea to the charge, but Andrea Armas told the State Attorney’s Office to either dismiss the charge or she would take the case to trial. The case was set for trial, but right before jury selection the State Attorney dismissed the case.
Client was charged with DUI, Reckless Driving, Resisting an Officer Without Violence, Failing to Signal, and Following too Closely: Andrea Armas was able to get a plea deal from the State Attorney’s office where the State agreed to dismiss the DUI, Failing to Signal, and Following too Closely charges in exchange for the client pleading to Reckless Driving and Resisting Without Violence with 1 year probation, early termination at 6 months upon completion of 50 hours of community service (buy out option at $5.00 per hour).
Client charged with Sexual Assault, Lewd and Lascivious Battery, and False Imprisonment: Client was facing life in prison without the possibility of parole. Andrea Armas took all three charges to trial and after a 3 day trial the jury found her client Not Guilty on all 3 charges.
Client charged with DUI and Resisting Without Violence: Client had been drinking at a bar and as he was leaving he backed into a police car. The police also found 2 near empty bottles of alcohol in client’s car. Andrea Armas was able to suppress the breath test results. After taking the case to trial, the jury returned a Not Guilty Verdict on both charges.
Call For A Free Consultation