Adrienne Bucchi has represented thousands of people over the past 20 years all throughout Florida, including Okeechobee and Port St Lucie.
Adrienne has litigated over 100 felony trials. She has defended every charge from simple driving offenses through complex murder rials.
After graduating both college and law school with honors, Adrienne began her career as a Criminal Defense Lawyer at the Broward County Public Defender's Office as an Assistant Public Defender in September 2000.
Adrienne started as a Criminal Defense Attorney defending juveniles charged with crimes. Within a year, she was promoted to a Felony position in the Felony Domestic Violence Division. She represented hundreds of Criminal cases in various felony courtrooms before moving to Port St Lucie with her husband to start her family.
In March 2003, Adrienne started at the 19th Circuit Public Defender's Office which covers Saint Lucie, Indian River, Okeechobee and Martin Counties. While working for the 19th Circuit Public Defender, Adrienne was promoted to a felony supervisor position in Saint Lucie County in 2006. She was again promoted to the Head of Okeechobee County in 2007 and to the Head of Indian River County in 2008.
In October 2011, Adrienne made the decision to leave the Public Defender's Office and started her own law practice as a Criminal Defense Lawyer in Port Saint Lucie. Criminal Defense Lawyer in Port St. Lucie. Criminal Defense Lawyer in Okeechobee. Criminal Defense Lawyer in Martin.
While her office is located in Port St. Lucie, she represents clients in every Florida county including: Okeechobee, Saint Lucie and Martin Counties.
When you hire Adrienne Bucchi to represent you, you get Adrienne Bucchi and no one else. She attends every court appearance personally with rare exception. She returns every phone call within 24 hours. She will visit the jail regularly and will keep you and your family informed.
Hiring an attorney is a serious decision and should be made cautiously and after careful consideration. When you are faced with criminal charges this decision is even more important! You must find an attorney with experience in the criminal field. You should consider: how long the attorney has been licensed; where the attorney has been employed and in what capacity; how many criminal cases they have handled; which counties the attorney has appeared in court; whether the attorney regularly goes to trial and selects juries; and whether the attorney makes you feel comfortable.
Remember, the attorney you choose will guide you through the criminal system and will provide you with the information necessary to make important decisions. You should be able to contact your lawyer and speak directly with that lawyer. You should be able to ask questions and get answers that are helpful and make you feel knowledgeable about your particular situation. No attorney can make any promises about results. However, Adrienne Bucchi can promise that she will work hard to achieve your goals and to keep you informed through every step.