Criminal Defense

“[I]t’s of more importance to community, that innocence should be protected, than it is, that guilt should be punished; for guilt and crimes are so frequent in the world, that all of them cannot be punished; and many times they happen in such a manner, that it is not of much consequence to the public, whether they are punished or not. But when innocence itself, is brought to the bar and condemned, especially to die, the subject will exclaim, ‘it is immaterial to me, whether I behave well or ill; for virtue itself, is no security.’ And if such a sentiment as this, should take place in the mind of the subject, there would be an end to all security whatsoever.”

John Adams, December 1770

 

Cullin O’Brien represents each of his clients accused of crimes with zealous passion for the presumption of innocence, the 4th Amendment, Due Process, and other Constitutional guarantees afforded to people within the United States. Cullin is a former assistant public defender for the 17th Judicial Circuit in and for Broward County, Florida. Cullin has tried numerous felony cases in front of juries. Cullin has also represented numerous clients in non-jury trials. Furthermore, Cullin has litigated numerous motions to suppress and motions to dismiss on behalf of his clients accused of crimes

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