Many law firms try to be a one-stop shop for all of your legal needs.

Many lawyers start their careers putting people in jail, then decide they’ll stand up for people’s rights.

Not The Mussallem Law Firm, P.A., and not Victoria Mussallem.

Our firm is a Jacksonville, Fla., criminal defense firm. We defend the rights of people when they get arrested or accused. That’s what we do – and that’s all we do. We defend people’s rights throughout Northeast Florida, including Duval, Clay, Nassau and St. Johns counties.

Victoria "Tori" Mussallem is a Jacksonville criminal defense attorney who has defended thousands of clients throughout her career and prosecuted none. Zero. Unlike former prosecutors, she has never worked a single day to send anyone to jail or prison.

Police will say protecting the streets isn’t a 9-to-5 job. Neither is protecting your rights. If you or a loved one is arrested, you expect immediate response. And we’re here to give it to you: 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Our Jacksonville criminal defense attorney will meet you in our centrally-located Jacksonville office, at the jail or any place that is convenient for you. We do not charge for an initial consultation. We will be there when you need us the most – 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Getting you or your loved one out of jail is always the first concern, and we’ll work to make that happen. At The Mussallem Law Firm, P.A., we know how many aspects of your life are riding on it: your freedom, your job, your money, your family and your future career options.

You need an experienced Jacksonville Criminal Attorney who has dedicated her entire career to defending people’s rights and knows the ins and outs of criminal law and what police can and cannot do when they arrest you. Call us anytime – we’ll be there to fight for you.

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Our Successes

  • Scratches on face and chest, charges dropped. Client was accused of hitting the alleged victim 15 to 20 times and was charged with child abuse (3rd degree felony).
  • Domestic battery charges dropped. Police arrested our client after he was accused of pushing the alleged victim.
  • Seven pot plants, no prison time. Police said they found seven marijuana plants on the property of our client.