A Reputable Trial Lawyer Who Leads the Pack Attorney Robert Reiff is a known authority & voice in the legal community.

Robert Reiff's Pro Bono Work

We are proud of our many pro bono activities. We highlight some of the firm's activities below:

  • Women of Tomorrow - Sponsor and Guest Mentor
  • President's Cabinet- Miami Children's Hospital;
  • Board of Directors-Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers-Miami;
  • Coach-Squirt Major Ice Hockey Team;
  • Coach-Weston's Under 10 Broward Cup Roller Hockey Team;
  • Coach-American Youth Soccer Organization Soccer;
  • Coach-Weston Area Roller Hockey League;
  • Coach-Weston Area Little League;
  • Captain-J.P. Mulligans Ice Hockey Club;
  • Producer & Part-Time Host: "Constitutional Controversies" Television Show;
  • Producer & Part Time Host: "You Be The Judge" Television Show;
  • Event Committee Member: Diabetes Research Institute.
  • Sponsor-Women of Tomorrow mentoring organization

Amicus Curiae Briefs Filed

State of Florida v. Guadalupe Moreno, Miami-Dade County Court Case No. 375690-W (1997). Amicus curiae (friend of the court) brief filed in Miami-Dade County Court on behalf of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers-Miami. This case was a "test case" in the State Attorney's efforts to preclude meaningful cross-examination and argument concerning the validity of breath tests.

Williams v. State of Florida, Third DCA Case No. 95-02476. Amicus curiae (friend of the court) brief filed on behalf of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers-Miami in Florida's Third District Court of Appeals attacking the implementation of a system which allows police officers to testify as "drug recognition experts" in driving under the influence cases.

Orlando Garcia, et al. v. State of Florida, Third DCA Case No. 93-678. Amicus curiae brief filed on behalf of the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida and the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers-Miami, in Florida's Third District Court of Appeals concerning the purposeful and systematic destruction of exculpatory videotape evidence in driving under the influence cases.

Essen & Yates v. Mellon, Case No. 90-2243-CIV-MORENO. Amicus curiae brief filed in United States Federal Court for the Southern District of Florida on behalf of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers-Miami, concerning the implementation of an administrative system which punishes those accused of driving under the influence by suspending their driving privileges before trial.

Client Testimonials

Respected in the Community. Recognized Nationally.
  • “What a great example you are to new (and old!) attorneys.”

    Nancy

  • “God bless you for saving my career and my driving privilege.”

    Shady

  • “You are a great speaker, thinker, and teacher.”

    Tim

  • “Hard work and dedication to my case.”

    Eileen

  • “My family and I could not be happier with the results of your hard work.”

    Gabrielle

  • “Grateful to your dedication and expertise in regards to my case.”

    Ryan

  • “You are at the top of my list for future referrals.”

    Derek

  • “I can't thank you both enough.”

    Nick

  • “Once again, thank you from the bottom of my heart.”

    Michael

  • “Your motion to suppress is the finest I have ever seen.”

    Jerry R.

  • “You are a godsend.”

    Jason

  • “You really are the best.”

    Diane

  • “I have your name and number on my cellphone for when clients get in trouble!”

    Laura

  • “Forever in your debt.”

    Carlos

  • “You are terrific!”

    Laura F.