Oviedo Florida, located in Seminole county, was originally a small town with 800 residents when it was first incorporated in 1925. One of the cities early settlers, Swedish immigrant Andrew Olin was given the task of naming the areas post office. He chose the name Oviedo, also the name of a city in Northern Spain, to pay tribute to the Spanish heritage of Florida. The post office name was later adopted as the official name for the city. Prior to the arrival of the mostly Swedish settlers, a small Seminole Indian clan known as the Timucua inhabited the area. Modern day Oviedo is now home to over 30,000 residents. Oviedo’s population has exploded in recent years. It’s close proximity to the campus of the University of Central Florida, so there’s plenty of access to restaurants, entertainment, sports, you name it. Oviedo Florida hosts many annual events such as the Taste of Oviedo, Whale of a Sale, and Great Day in the Country, and Oktoberfest.
Attorney John Guidry has been defending clients charged with crimes in the Oviedo and the surrounding Orlando areas for over 17 years. Some of the criminal cases he has defended in Seminole county have included drunk driving, drug possession, first time offenders, theft crimes, sex crimes, misdemeanors and felonies. If you are charged with a crime in Oviedo or the Orlando area, it is important to contact an attorney right away to increase your chance of a favorable outcome of your situation if your legal circumstance requires court. You have a legal right granted by the constitution to obtain legal counsel. If you or a loved one has been arrested or charged with a crime, the law office of John Guidry II can help you. Defense Attorney John Guidry has successfully represented many clients in the Oviedo and Seminole County area and has defended well over 1,000 criminal cases.
Contact Defense Attorney John Guidry today for your free consultation. The law office of John Guidry specializes in all areas of criminal defense including: theft, early termination of probation, domestic violence, disorderly conduct, domestic violence, battery, drug possession and drug trafficking, DUI (Driving under the influence), first time offenders and more. He can be reached at 407-423-1117 or contact him online. Credit cards and payments plans are available.