Attorney Sauline Named as AIOCLA’s 10 Best Attorneys for Client Satisfaction in 2019

Attorney Albert Sauline has earned a spot on the 2019 list for the 10 Best Attorneys for Client Satisfaction by the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys (AIOCLA). This is the third time he has been honored with this award by providing our clients with effective and personalized criminal defense solutions for more than 15 years in Panama City and the Greater Florida Panhandle.

The AIOCLA is an impartial third-party lawyer rating organization that determines the “10 Best” Attorneys in each state. In order to be nominated for inclusion, a lawyer must be formally selected by the organization, fellow attorney, and/or client, have obtained successful results in their practice, and have done so with the highest satisfaction from clients.

In addition to this award, Attorney Sauline has also been given the “Best of the Bay” Top Attorney Award by the Panama City News Herald for five years in a row (2015 – 2019) and selected to the 2016 National Trial Lawyers’ Top 100 list for being one the best criminal defense attorneys in Florida. He has also been given the 2017 Torch Award for Ethics by the Better Bureau of Northwest Florida.

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Whether you face misdemeanor or felony charges, Albert J. Sauline, III Attorney at Law can protect your future, reputation, and rights from conviction or serious penalties. Attorney Sauline can investigate your arrest, gather evidence, find weaknesses in the prosecution’s case, and create a strong legal strategy to get the best outcome possible.

If you are interested in skilled legal services in Florida, contact us at (850) 250-3426 and schedule a free consultation today.

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