Nosotros consideramos a Mr. Patrick uno de los mejores abogados de Florida Profesional, diligente y muy dispuesto a ayudar en todo.
The Law Office of Patrick McKamey is professional, experienced, and efficient in all that they do. Mr. McKamey was very sensitive to our situation giving us personalized attention. We were confident in his expertise both inside and outside the courtroom. I would highly recommend him for any criminal defense needs.
Patrick, was nothing but a very professional Lawyer. I first met with him at his office and did not know what to expect! What I found was a very nice and listening person. Part of what bothered me going to see any lawyer, was I expected a know it all person- not so with Patrick at all!. I felt he got everything I said the first time. He was always at his phone to answer anything within 24 hours from my call. When I was wondering about all the stuff going on he was right there to explain it all. I am almost done with the bull thrown in my lap and I will always thank Patrick, for getting me through it all in a professional and carring way. Always, Susan Reynolds-Polito
Patrick was great at answering all my questions and putting me at ease with my concerns .
Patrick McKamey provided me with excellent representation getting my DUI with a breath alcohol level of .226 dropped to reckless driving. He was knowledgeable and answered all my questions and concerns in a timely manner. I would highly recommend Patrick McKamey for representation for any legal matters one may need.
All my charges were dropped
Best criminal defense money can buy! Patrick took a terrible situation and made it manageable. Best attorney I have ever worked with.
Mr. McKamey’s experience and professionalism were a huge help for a good outcome on a troubling matter. I am very grateful for his help and extremely satisfied.
Patrick, My family and I cannot thank you enough for your legal services. Never expecting to be involved in such a situation, I was overwhelmed. After meeting you for the first time I was able to relax and catch my breath. Turning all of it over to you was such a huge relief. You took my fear out of the situation, and the outcome was SO MUCH BETTER than I expected, and more than I knew was possible. The time it took for you to resolve the matter was a pleasant surprise. We would certainly call you again if we needed you, and I would recommend you highly to any friend or family member. Your experience and expertise are above and beyond, and certainly served me well ! Thank you. Mindy C.
My son got into some trouble and I retained the services of the law office of Mr Mckamey. I was most impressed with his knowledge of the Law, his integrity and his Experience in the Courtroom. Hiring an Attorney is no easy task; I am truly grateful to have found Mr. Mckamey
The family of Mr. Cifuentes hired the Law Offices of Patrick R. McKamey, after he was sentenced to 6 months in jail in Martin County for Driving on a Suspended License, after receiving incorrect legal advice from his prior attorney. The sentence substantially complicated his immigration status. Mr. McKamey filed a Motion to Vacate the plea and/or Mitigate the original sentence. The Judge held a hearing and ultimately granted the motion and reduced the sentence from 6 months to 90 days in the Martin County jail.
Michael was charged in Martin County with several counts of Trafficking in Methamphetamine and faced up to a maximum sentence of 65 years in prison with a minimum mandatory sentence of 7 years. His family hire the Law Offices of Patrick R. McKamey to defend him against these very serious charges. Mr. McKamey was successful in brokering a cooperation agreement in which the defendant provided substantial assistance with law enforcement. Ultimately, the defendant was sentenced to only 3 years in the Department of Corrections.
Susan was arrested for the felony charge Battery on A Person (65 yoa or older) against her neighbor. The alleged victim also sought to get a Restraining Order against her. She hired the Law Firm of Patrick R. McKamey, P.A. to defend her against these serious charges. Mr. McKamey had a private investigator locate witnesses in the community to show that the alleged victim (a man) was known as a bully that antagonized women specifically in the neighborhood. Mr. McKamey was not only successful in beating the restraining order, but was able to convince the State Attorney's Office to drop the felony down to a misdemeanor. Mr. McKamey was ultimately able to negotiate a diversion on Susan's behalf and all charges were dropped.
Donna hired the Law Office of Patrick R. McKamey, P.A. to defend her against criminal allegations from her ex-husband for Grand Theft (over $100,000), a First Degree Felony. She was accused of criminally misappropriating $136,000 from his accounts subsequent to the divorce. Mr. McKamey was able to establish and demonstrate that she had no criminal intent and that the misappropriated funds were due to various bills being set up through online payments, prior to the divorce, but never changed by the family lawyers when the divorce became final. McKamey argued this was mere negligence by all parties and that no criminal intent existed. No charges were filed.
Jose was charged with Domestic Battery and Resisting Arrest Without Violence. He hired the Law Offices of Patrick R. McKamey to defend him. Mr. McKamey was able to secure a refusal to prosecute from the alleged victim and demonstrate that the "eyewitness" was lying and biased because the person in fact had a romantic interest in the alleged victim. All charges were ultimately dropped by the State Attorney's Office.
Candace hired the Law Offices of Patrick R. McKamey to represent her after her arrest for DUI. Following her arrest, she consented to a breathalyzer and blew a .226 and .225, thereby making her ineligible for the diversion program. Mr. McKamey was able to resolve the case in a negotiated settlement (based on mitigating factors), resulting in the DUI being dropped and client received a Withhold of adjudication for Reckless Driving and probation.
Client was charged with Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer, Disorderly Intoxication and Threatening a Public Official. He hired the Law Offices of Patrick R. McKamey, P.A. to defend him. Ultimately, Mr. McKamey was able to negotiate a plea Withhold of adjudication and court costs to one count of Disorderly Intoxication. All felonies were dropped and client did not have to do probation.
Client was charged with Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer, Disorderly Intoxication and Threats to a Public Servant stemming from an incident on Clematis Street. He retained the Law Offices of Patrick R. McKamey, P.A. to defend him. After 12 months of litigation, Mr. McKamey was able to successfully reduce all charges to misdemeanors allowing client to plea to Simple Battery and Resisting Without Violence. Client received a Withhold and Court Costs with NO JAIL and NO PROBATION.
Client was charged in Martin County with 2 counts of Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer and 1 count of Disorderly Conduct and hired the Law Offices of Patrick R. McKamey to defend him. Through conflicting reports between the officers and civilian witnesses, attorney McKamey was able to convince the State that they had no reasonable likelihood of getting a conviction in this case and that the arresting officer was using the arrest to cover up for his excessive use of force against client. All criminal charges were ultimately dropped.
Client was charged with a 2'nd DUI (Enhanced) within 10 years of her first DUI and hired the Law Firm of Patrick R. McKamey, P.A. to represent her. Mr. McKamey was able to find issues in the State's case and negotiate a plea with NO JAIL and the bare minimum plea requirements.
Zachary was initially arrested for Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Sell, Possession of a Schedule IV substance, Possession of Cocaine, Possession of a Schedule I Substance and Maintaining a House for Drug Distribution. Zachary hired the Law Offices of Patrick R. McKamey to fight the case. Mr. McKamey was able to raise issues with the legality of the search and the legality of statements made by the defendant after he was in custody. Ultimately, case was negotiated down to one count of Possession of a Schedule I Substance and four misdemeanors (Possession of Paraphernalia). Client received a Withhold of Adjudication and 24 months probation with no jail time involved.