Law Offices of Colette F. Drimmer, P.A.

Colette F. Drimmer

About Colette F. Drimmer, P.A.

Being arrested is one of the most traumatizing events a person can face in his lifetime. If this does occur, however, you want an experienced attorney by your side. Colette Drimmer is that person. Colette has handled thousands of criminal cases ranging from lower level misdemeanors to the most serious felonies. By giving the utmost attention to each and every one of her cases, Colette has been able to get excellent results for her clients by paying close attention to detail and finding the weaknesses in the opposing party's case. Colette is also an excellent trial attorney. She is not afraid to go in front of a jury and fight for her client, which has led to her obtaining numerous acquittals in her legal career.

Colette has always felt the urge to fight for those in need, which initially led her to obtain her undergraduate degree in Sociology. After graduating Summa Cum Laude from the University of Massachusetts, she went on to attend Nova Southeastern University Law School where she was an active member of the Public Interest Law Society and graduated with Pro Bono Honors.

After law school, determined to continue her mission of helping those in need. She joined the Miami-Dade Public Defender's office. During that time, Colette defended thousands of clients in felony, misdemeanor, and juvenile cases. She has completed many jury and bench trials resulting in numerous acquittals for her clients. After more than five years, she moved into private practice where she continues to fight for her clients. She attributes her success to her passion for her clients, coupled with her excellent trial skills, and knowledge of the law.

Ms. Drimmer is admitted to practice in Florida and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, and is also a member of the Florida Bar, Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers-Miami Chapter, Broward County Bar Association, and the Nova Southeastern University Alumni Association.