Edward “Ned” Reagan is an experienced criminal defense attorney with a record of fighting for his clients. As one of Palm Beach County’s top criminal lawyers, Mr. Reagan is committed to providing the highest level of defense at affordable prices.

One of the most frightening events a person can experience is being confronted by law enforcement in a criminal investigation. Whether the investigation involves Driving While Under The Influence of Alcohol or a Controlled Substance (DUI) or Domestic Battery, a skilled and proven criminal defense attorney is critical in achieving the correct result.

Mr. Reagan has represented doctors, lawyers, federal prosecutors, and ordinary folks in wrongful accusations and was able to vindicate those individuals, often times without going to trial. The key to a strong defense is a skilled lawyer who has the proven skill set to investigate the case and defend the case in a jury trial.

For 21 years Mr. Reagan has been practicing criminal defense in Palm Beach County. In 2013 Mr. Reagan moved his office to Jupiter, Florida to offer those wrongfully accused of DUI and other crimes in Jupiter, Palm Beach Gardens, Juno Beach, and North Palm Beach a more convenient location to meet to discuss their case.

If you are contacted by any law enforcement agency, do not make any statements, even those denying involvement, as they will most likely be used to build a case against you later. Politely decline to comment and then contact a criminal defense lawyer immediately. The sooner an experienced lawyer begins an investigation, the better your chance of defeating the government’s case.

As a top Jupiter DUI Attorney, Mr. Reagan has the experience to handle your case from the administrative hearing up through trial. As an experienced DUI Lawyer, he has developed a unique defense strategy at trial to give you the best opportunity to be found NOT GUILTY!

As a Jupiter Criminal Attorney, Mr. Reagan handles cases not only in Palm Beach Circuit Court, but offenses that constitute violations of federal law. These offenses are prosecuted by the United States government and, as a result have the full force of a number of federal agencies supporting the prosecution. Agencies conducting investigations, undercover operations, and sting operations on behalf of the government include:

  • Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
  • Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)
  • Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATF
  • Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
  • Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)

If you believe you are being investigated for a federal offense or if you have been charged with a federal crime, getting counsel from an experienced attorney should be a priority in protecting your rights and building your defense.

What to do if you are arrested?

In most circumstances no one knows when they or a loved one will be arrested. The situation can be frightening and overwhelming. Should an arrest occur you should contact a knowledgeable and experienced criminal attorney who will be able to provide sound legal advice no matter the hour of the day. Depending on what you are arrested for you may be held in the local jail in the county in which you were arrested. A standard bond should be available for the offense charged once you have gone through the booking procedure. You will have the ability to have the bond posted in cash or you may contact a reputable bail bondsman to post your bond for a fee. However, there are other charges such as DUI, which require you to be held in custody for a period of 8 hours or until your breath alcohol level is less than .05%. Other charges such as Domestic Battery require that you be held NO Bond until seen by a judge at your first appearance who will set your bond.