We Fight With You

At Stevens & LaMaida PLLC, we are focused on providing you with the best representation when dealing with your unique criminal matters.  We understand that your rights and freedom are at stake, no one should face such a battle alone, call today and let us fight with you!

We Provide Clients With Criminal Defense Representation Throughout Pasco County And All Adjacent Counties

Serious Charges Require A Serious Defense

Being charged with a crime is incredibly disruptive to your life. Not only are you facing potential incarceration and fines, a criminal conviction could also impact your reputation, your career and your ability to obtain loans and housing. With all of this at stake, you need an experienced team of attorneys that will not only guide you through the legal process, but also understands the impact on your future.

Our attorneys have nearly 20 years of combined experience in handling all types of criminal cases – from pre-file charges to post-conviction matters. Whether they are negotiating a fair plea deal or presenting your case to a jury, you can depend on our attorneys every step of the way.

Criminal Defense

Felony Charges



Sex Offenses

Criminal Traffic And DUI

We Are Dedicated To Ensuring You Are Treated Fairly

When you are facing off against the criminal justice system, we are here to help you. We understand that not everyone can speak for themselves, which is why we want to be a voice for you.

We are both passionate about fighting for what is best for you and putting your well-being above everything else. We have dedicated our careers to helping individuals who are swept up into the criminal justice system. We make it our purpose to treat you with the dignity and respect you deserve throughout all aspects of your case.

Meet Our Team

Rachel Stevens

Rachel Stevens

Christina LaMaida

Christina LaMaida

What To Do If You Are Arrested

It can feel overwhelming when you are arrested, but you need to remain calm. You have rights, you have the right to remain silent.  The Constitution of the United States is clear and the police must respect your right to remain silent, the right not to answer questions, and the right to consult an attorney prior to answering. Your silence cannot be used against you. No matter what the arresting officer may say, you should not answer them if it would incriminate you. 

You also have the right to an attorney, and you can demand a phone call to reach out to one. Once you have invoked your desire to have an attorney, the police cannot continue to question you without your lawyer present. If you are arrested, called for questioning, or learn of potential allegations against you, don’t wait, call us immediately, it’s your right.

Your Freedom Is At Stake; Fight Back With A Strong Defense Today