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Mack Law is a litigation law firm operating within the State of Florida with a reputation for providing the highest quality result-driven legal services to individual and corporate clients. We help clients face and overcome their distinct challenges. Working together, we discover practical and innovative solutions for difficult scenarios.


  • DUI

  • Criminal Defense

  • Injury Claims

  • Business Litigation

Get to Know Us

At Mack Law Firm, we believe in providing personalized attention and building strong relationships with our clients. Our team is committed to delivering the highest level of legal representation and achieving the best possible outcomes for our clients.

"Morality cannot be legislated, but behavior can be regulated. Judicial decrees may not change the heart, but they can restrain the heartless."

- Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.-


Read your citation and call us immediately. You have time limitations. If you miss important deadlines, no one will be able to help you. Do not delay; obtain immediate legal advice.

Injury Claims

We are committed to obtaining fair and just compensation for losses suffered from automobile accidents, slip and fall, and other situations where a personal injury occurs.

Criminal Defense

We represent those individuals who have been charged with a crime in one of the following areas: criminal traffic, drug possession and/or trafficking, prescription fraud.

Business Litigation

Business litigation law is complex, especially when it concerns large sums of money. It's more to have a seasoned litigator on your side.

Mack Law Firm's Results

Kerry Mack is only as good as her accomplishments. As you can see, Kerry has been at the forefront of protecting her clients' rights through aggressive legal representation. Put our experience to work for you.

Peeples v. State, No. 2D14-1009, 2015 WL 5139404 *1

(Fla. 2d DCA Sept. 2, 2015)

Defendant was stopped while driving in Charlotte County, Florida, had his vehicle searched, and was eventually convicted for six drug offenses, including possession of cocaine and possession of a controlled substance (both third degree felonies). On appeal before the Second District Court of Appeals, Defendant challenged the stop that led to the search for, and discovery of, the drugs and paraphernalia that formed the basis for his six convictions. Defendant had been stopped by officers for failing to maintain a single lane (or what is commonly referred to as “weaving”). However, in Florida, there is a “safety concern” element related to this traffic offense, and a violation does not occur unless the driver’s “weaving” creates a danger to others on the roadway. Due to Defendant’s weaving not creating a reasonable safety concern at any time leading up to his arrest, the Second DCA overturned all six convictions of the lower court. Opinion Here. The Peeples is a huge case for DUI practitioners and defendants, it reaffirms the Second District’s seminal case, Crooks v. State, 710 So.2d 1041, 1043 (Fla. 2d DCA 1998) , which has been a DUI defense practitioner’s holy grail for almost 20 years. Unfortunately Crooks was a blueprint for law enforcement to beat its holding by alluding to the driver’s intoxication in the probable cause affidavit.

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