The Orlando Criminal Defense Attorneys of NeJame Law in Central Florida, have been defending the rights of those charged with all type of criminal offenses for over 25 years. We are experienced in all Courts, whether they are State, Federal or Juvenile. Additionally, the Central Florida Criminal Defense Attorneys at NeJame Law have handled cases throughout approximately fifteen (15) states throughout the United States, as well as in the Virgin Islands. Mark NeJame, the Firm's Senior Partner and Founder, has compiled a team of criminal defense attorneys who are experienced and capable in virtual every type of criminal defense case.
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Have you or a loved one been injured? Are you facing a dispute with an insurance company? You need a personal injury attorney from NeJame Law on your case. The personal injury attorneys at NeJame Law spent many years defending insurance companies and are now putting that experience to work for individuals, like you, who have been injured. We make sure that our clients get adequate financial compensation for any injuries they have received. Our personal injury lawyers are dedicated to their clients and provide the representation that you need to fight big insurance companies that want to deny your claims.
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Have you stopped making payments on your loan? Have you received a final demand letter from the bank demanding full payment of the outstanding balance of your loan? Have you been served with foreclosure papers?
Foreclosure is the process whereby the mortgage holder (i.e. the bank) sues the borrower (i.e. homeowner) to secure title to the property in partial or full satisfaction of the outstanding balance of the mortgage holder’s note when the borrower has violated and failed to cure the material term(s) of the note, mortgage and loan agreement. The most common uncured, mortgage violation default is the non-payment of the outstanding loan debt.
NeJame Law provides many services related to the formation, structuring, capitalization, governance, sale and purchase of businesses. Our attorneys have extensive experience providing business owners advice on choosing a corporate form (C-Corporation, S-Corporation, LLC), articles of incorporation and protection for corporate board members as well as guidance on how to protect intellectual property, buy-sell, employment and other contracts and on how to structure internet businesses.
Whether you have personal or commercial real estate issues, the skilled practitioners at NeJame Law have the experience to take on any challenge. If you’re in need of foreclosure defense, seeking a loan modification or considering bankruptcy, our team has the knowledge to advise you, the understanding to help you through a difficult time and the strength to stand up to big banks for your rights.
If you’re a developer or a building owner involved in a landlord-tenant dispute, attempting to negotiate a development agreement or mired in a regulatory action, our attorneys have the experience to negotiate and the confidence to litigate if that is in your best interest.
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Quiet Title Actions
Assignments of Rents, Leases & Profits
If you’ve suffered because of the actions of another or have been accused of harming someone’s interest and are being sued, the attorneys at NeJame Law have broad experience pursuing and defending civil litigation. We understand that litigation can be stressful and costly. Our team can provide you with sound strategies to best position you for mediation and settlement before a matter reaches the courts.
If you’re a software developer, author, filmmaker or the owner of a business that creates products, designs or unique formulas or processes, you are the owner of intellectual property. But to retain its value, you need to take positive steps to protect your property. The attorneys at NeJame Law are highly experienced in intellectual property protection, licensing and litigation.
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Issues of family law — child custody, child support, divorce, guardianship — are especially sensitive. The family law attorneys of NeJame Law have the experience and the compassion to help you with any situation you may be facing.
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Bankruptcy filings in the United States can fall under one of several chapters of the Bankruptcy Code, such as Chapter 7 (which involves liquidation of assets), Chapter 11 (company or individual "reorganizations") and Chapter 13 (debt repayment with lowered debt covenants or payment plans).
Our attorneys are specialized in handling even the most complex of bankruptcies including Chapter 12 and more.
In 1986, criminal defense lawyer Rick L. Jancha was recruited by the Department of Justice to head up its Organized Crime Drug Task Force in South Bend, Indiana. In 1989, Mr. Jancha transferred to Orlando and continued his role as an Organized Crime and Federal Narcotics Task Force Attorney.
Rick Jancha served as a Manager in the United States Attorney's Office in Orlando for five years, where he was responsible for approving and supervising all criminal prosecutions. For two years, he served as Chief of the Narcotics Unit for the Middle District of Florida where he was responsible for supervising every federal drug prosecution in 35 Florida counties. He also worked with the White House and Congress in obtaining Central Florida's designation as a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area. He served as Chair and Vice-Chair of the HIDTA's Executive Committee, overseeing the development and implementation of the law enforcement initiatives for sixteen Central Florida law enforcement agencies.
Due to his extensive experience and expertise in the handling of complex criminal cases, Attorney Rick Jancha has consistently been sought out for his assistance to various federal, state and local law enforcement agencies as well as for victim advocacy groups. He has instructed members of law enforcement, other federal and state prosecutors, and international law enforcement personnel concerning the handling of cases involving international drug trafficking, money laundering, the investigation of computer and white collar crimes, utilization of wiretaps and the prosecutions of cases involving improvised explosive devices (bombs).
Defense Attorney Rick L. Jancha also has extensive teaching experience in the international arena. On numerous occasions he has worked with the Department of Justice and Department of State in the International Programs Section for the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia. He has taught judges, prosecutors, law enforcement and various banking officials in St. Petersburg, Voronezh, Khabarosk and Moscow, Russia, Tashkent, Uzbekistan and in Vilnius, Lithuania. Most recently, Mr. Jancha assisted the United Nations on its efforts to set up an interim government and legal system in Pristina, Kosovo by reviewing and teaching the new criminal procedure code and criminal laws to members of the interim government and all participants within its judicial system.
Mr. Jancha has personally handled more than 100 federal wiretap applications. His knowledge and experience in the proper procedures that must be followed by law enforcement to obtain and use "wiretaps" in court proceedings is an invaluable resource when providing our best representation to our clients. Mr. Jancha joined NeJame Law as a Partner in 2007, and manages the Firm's Federal Criminal Division.
Criminal defense attorney Rick Jancha practices only criminal law. Mr. Jancha's reported cases are as follows:
• United States vs. Nyhuis, 211 F. 3d 1340 (11th. Cir. 2000)
• United States vs. Bush, 209 F. 3d 723 (11th. Cir. 2000)
• United States vs. Lambert, 176 F. 3d 496 (11th. Cir. 1999)
• United States vs. Khawaja, 118 F. 3d 1454 (11th. Cir. 1997)
• United States vs. Johnson, 89 F. 3d 778 (11th. Cir. 1996)
• United States vs. Nyhuis, 8 F. 3d 731 (11th. Cir. 1993)
• United States vs. Yesil, 991 F. 2d 1527 (11th. Cir. 1992)
• United States vs. Somers, 950 F. 2d 1279 (7th. Cir. 1991)
• United States vs. Landaw, 940 F. 2d 666 (7th. Cir. 1991)
• United States vs. Sergio, 934 F. 3d 875 (7th. Cir. 1991)
• United States vs. Brumbaugh, 909 F. 2d 289 (7th. Cir. 1990)
• United States vs. Baker, et. al., 905 F 2d 1100 (7th. Cir. 1990)
• United States vs. Buggs, 904 F. 2d 1070 (7th. Cir. 1990)
• United States vs. Duprey, et. al., 895 F. 2d 303 (7th. Cir. 1990)
• United States vs. Teslim, 869 F.2d 316 (7th. Cir. 1989)
• United States vs. Landaw , 727 F. Supp. 481 (N.D. Ind. 1989)
• United States vs. Gridley, 725 F. Supp. 398 (N.D. Ind. 1989)
• United States vs. Hallam, 723 F. Supp. 66 (N.D. Ind. 1989)
• United States vs. Weidner, 703 F. Supp. 1350 (N.D. Ind. 1988)
• United States vs. Weidner, 692 F. Supp. 968 (N.D. Ind. 1988)
• United States vs. Sullivan, 857 F. 2d 1476 (7th. Cir. 1988)
• United States vs. Ayala, 828 F. 2d 22 (7th. Cir. 1987)
Titles, Awards and Recognitions
• Former Managing Assistant United States Attorney for the Middle District of Florida, Orlando Division
• Former Chair and Vice-Chair of the High Intensity Drug Trafficking (HIDTA)
• Former Chief of the Federal Drug Unit in Orlando, Florida
• Former head of the "Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force" for the United States Attorney's Office for the Middle District of Florida
• Former Chief of Narcotics Section for Middle District of Florida
• Former Senior Litigation Counsel for the U.S. Attorney's Office
• Executive Committee (Designated and funded by the President and Congress)
• Recognized National and International Instructor on law enforcement methods and procedures
• Former Instructor for the United Nations and the European Union in setting up an interim government and legal system in Kosovo
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