Morris Parnell & Ellis will worry about the case so their clients don't have to. MP&E treats every case like it's their own.
Tallahassee, FL (PRWEB) October 26, 2013
Arrested or injured in Tallahassee? Morris Parnell & Ellis has the resources and experience to effectively handle the issue. Each attorney at Morris Parnell & Ellis has personally handled thousands of cases in the years they have been practicing law, and they know how to use their experience to their client's advantage. Morris Parnell & Ellis has been fortunate enough to realize some amazing results for their clients over the years, and they know how to effectively advocate when it is needed most. Morris Parnell & Ellis knows how stressful and impossible the legal system can appear to be, and they are here to help you through the process. Morris Parnell & Ellis worries about legal problem so their clients don't have to, and each of their clients can rest assured that everything will be effectively handled. Morris Parnell & Ellis takes care of business so their clients can get back to living their lives.
Morris Parnell & Ellis offers a free 30 minute consultation for every client. Call Morris Parnell & Ellis at (850) 661-4342 to setup a case meeting. There is no obligation, and no strings are attached.
Adam Ellis is in charge of the Tallahassee office of Morris Parnell & Ellis. Adam has litigated thousands of criminal cases since being licensed to practice law in the State of Florida, and the Florida Federal Bar. Adam graduated from Thomas M. Cooley School of Law where he was admitted as an Honor's Scholar. Adam has handled every type of criminal case, ranging from misdemeanor petit theft to felony first degree murder. Adam is passionate about DUI defense, and is one of only 3 attorneys in the entire nation who has been granted access to the Source Code for the Intoxilyzer 8000, Florida's official forensic breath test machine, at CMI's headquarters in Owensboro, Kentucky. Adam is Avvo listed and rated "Superb," and is a member of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, an organization which published an article Mr. Ellis authored about the Intoxilyzer 8000.