The City of Longwood is located Seminole County Florida just 14 miles northeast of Downtown Orlando. Longwood has a population of just over 13, 000 residents. The median income of the city is $54,178 and the median home value in 2009 was around $197,000. The city has a quaint historic district that includes walking tours of its many historical structures. The historic district of Longwood, considered the heart and soul of the city, became part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1990. Unlike most other Orlando Florida area cities, Longwood still has standing structures dating back to the mid-1800s. Like other areas of Seminole County, Longwood has some very wealthy neighborhoods, nice restaurants, and plenty of golf and tennis.
Although a quaint little town, this Seminole County city is not unfamiliar with crime. Most of the crime in the city of Longwood consists of larceny or theft, burglary, aggravated assault, probation violations, car theft, robbery, and traffic violations including Driving under the influence (DUI) and driving with a suspended license. Criminal Defense attorney John Guidry has successfully defended many Longwood and Orlando area residents facing a variety of criminal charges. If you are facing a serious criminal charge, it is important to obtain legal representation from a knowledgeable defense attorney as soon as possible. Taking the first step and talking to a Longwood criminal defense lawyer can help your situation lead to a favorable outcome in court or possibly having your criminal charges dropped. Many times, alternative sentencing can be a result of early action. Depending upon your criminal charges, alternative sentencing options can sometimes include diversion programs such as drug court, counseling, drug treatment programs and community service.Speak With a Dedicated Attorney Today
If you are charged with a crime in the City of Longwood or the greater Orlando area, it is important to contact a Longwood criminal defense lawyer who will aggressively handle your case. As a Florida resident you have a right to be defended by legal representation. If you are charged or arrested for a crime we know you have many choices for legal advice. Attorney John Guidry has successfully defended many Seminole County residents, many of which have led to dismissal or light probation.
The Law office of John Guidry has over 17+ years experience in the Greater Orlando area handling criminal cases. Call Attorney John Guidry at 407-423-1117 anytime for your free legal consultation. Payment plans and most major credit cards are accepted. You can also contact his office online.