EXPERIENCED CAPITAL AND FELONY SEX CRIME DEFENSE ATTORNEYS

       AIKEN, O'HALLORAN AND FOLEY

            STATE AND FEDERAL SEX CRIME CRIMINAL DEFENSE

Aiken, O'Halloran and Foley

Cape Coral Office Lee County
3729 Chiquita Blvd S,
Cape Coral, FL 33914
Phone: (239) 984-4994
Fax: 239-334-2847

AIken, O'Halloran and Foley of Punta Gorda

and Port Charlotte

214 Wood Street

Punta Gorda, Florida 33950

Phone: 941-639-6009

Fax: 239-334-2847

aikenandohalloran@gmail.com

AIken, O'Halloran and Foley of Fort Myers


2257 Cleveland Ave.

Ft. Myers, Florida 33901

Phone: 239-334-8890

Fax: 239-334-2847

aikenandohalloran@gmail.com

AIken, O'Halloran and Foley of Sarasota


2060 Ringling BLvd.

Sarasota, Florida 34237

Phone: 941-366-3506

Fax: 941-366-3568

aikenandohalloran@gmail.com

Aggressively Defending Sex Crime Charges for:


ATTORNEY AT LAW


Call Today:   941 366 3506

Soy abogado litigante, recientemente me uní como socio con Peter Aiken y Sean O’Halloran para orgullosamente formar un equipo con ellos.  Ambos son abogados muy respetados, bien establecidos y experimentados añadiendo yo así más poder y capacidad a su ya tremenda práctica de defensa criminal.

AN INITIAL CONSULTATION WITH PETER AIKEN AT ANY ONE OF OUR THREE OFFICES IS FREE.
Often detectives will lie or mislead you into believing that sex with an underage girl is not a crime if the young lady consented. They do this to get you to admit sexual contact. In Florida, a minor by law cannot give valid consent. Always seek the advice of an attorney experienced in Sex Crimes.
•    Never give up your right to an attorney.
•    Call immediately and discuss your rights before any questioning.
•    Do not be tricked into admissions.
•    Never allow a search of your premises without a search warrant.
•    An experienced lawyer in Sex Crimes may keep you from being arrested.
•    Do not try and talk your way out of trouble.

Seek Legal Advice Immediately
If you have been contacted by law enforcement or anticipate being contacted by law enforcement, seek legal advice immediately.
If you suspect a person with whom you engaged in sexual activity is underage, contact a lawyer NOW.
If you have engaged in consensual sex with an adult and have reason to believe that your sex partner is now claiming otherwise, contact our firm now.
In sex crimes, probably more than any other area of the law, representation by competent experienced counsel in the investigative stages and before the filing of criminal charges is critical.
Confessions or Admissions often provide damaging evidence and sex crime investigators are masters at tricking an unwary or unsophisticated person into admitting facts otherwise unprovable.
If you are visited by an FBI Agent, Secret Service Agent or U.S. Postal Agent seeking access to your computer, contact our firm immediately. Never voluntarily surrender your computer. Even if threatened with a search warrant, never surrender your computer unless there is a court order.
If you are visited by a Detective, a Sheriff's Deputy, an FDLE Agent or any criminal investigator never answer questions without conferring with an attorney. 

An Experienced, Skilled and Aggressive Attorney

Peter Aiken at Aiken, O'Halloran and Associates is a native of Florida. He has practiced in local Florida Courts for thirty years. In every case, he works with determination to defend the rights and preserve the freedom of his clients. He is an experienced trial attorney and negotiator with decades of actual courtroom experience.

Prior to entering private practice, Peter Aiken worked as a special agent and prosecutor. He now uses his knowledge and skills to defend people accused of sexual assault and rape, child sex crimes, Internet sex crimes, and other felonies and misdemeanors in both State and Federal Courts.

More information about the background and experience of Peter Aiken 

Attorney Robert Foley brings to the table twenty years experience in criminal justice.  As former head of the Detroit FBI and a former Lee County trial prosecutor, his knowledge of criminal investigations is second to none

Sean O'Halloran, a former state prosecutor in both Charlotte and Lee counties, has honed his trial skills in the state courts. More importantly he possesses a level of local knowledge gained from years of jury trials before local judges.

ATTORNEY PROFILES

Robert D. Foley III

Sean C. O'Halloran

Peter D. Aiken