Earley Law Firm was established by Kaysia M. Earley. Please visit the Attorney Profile page to learn more about the founding attorney.

Earley Law Firm PLLC is devoted in providing skilled and aggressive advocacy to every criminal and civil matter we handle. We are client focused, and results driven

Contact our office today to discuss the specifics of your legal matter. We will provide "Straight Forward Litigation" at the Earley Law Firm

Straight. Forward. Litigation.™



The legal process can be a web of hurdles and challenges without the proper representation by your side. At Earley Law Firm clients play a vital role throughout our relationship. We cut straight to the core of your issue to ensure the best possible outcome.



Each case is individually reviewed for complete thoroughness. Often, disputes, allegations, and criminal charges stem from facts either contested or even overlooked. Earley Law Firm applies experience as a litigator to ensure your case progress is moving forward.



The client’s interests are fundamental to Earley Law Firm. We listen to the client’s needs, expectations, and formulate strategic responses that not only advocates those needs and expectations, but we stand by your side as your personal zealous advocate all the way to litigation.


Felony / Misdemeanor

Earley Law Firm is dedicated to representing individuals faced with various criminal offenses. Many individuals faced with a misdemeanor offense will qualify for “diversion” programs such as the Misdemeanor Diversion Program (MDP) and Drug Court, which will have the end result of dismissing your case. When you have been charged, it is imperative that you seek consultation from an experienced criminal defense lawyer. Take the time to know your legal rights by calling the office and setting up your free consultation.

The firm offers experienced representation for all misdemeanor offenses including the following:

  • Possession of Cannabis/Marijuana
  • Theft/Shoplifting
  • Domestic violence
  • Battery
  • DUI
  • Assault
  • Solicitation of Prostitution/Lewdness
  • Carrying a Concealed Weapon
  • Driving on Suspended License
  • Trespass
  • Worthless Checks
  • Criminal Mischief
  • Disorderly Intoxication
  • Disorderly Conduct
  • Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
  • Obstruction of Justice
  • Resisting Arrest
  • Traffic Criminal Expungement

Domestic Violence

Earley Law Firm is dedicated to defending those individuals accused of a criminal offense. Mrs. Earley is an experienced criminal trial attorney serving as a former Broward County Assistant Public Defender. She has represented hundreds of individuals charged with domestic violence. Mrs. Earley offers a free consultation so that she may discuss your case in person.

“Domestic violence” in the state of Florida is generally defined as an act of violence against a family member, household member or a former family member. It is considered a violent crime in the state of Florida and can be filed as either a misdemeanor or a felony. Generally, when there are reports of severe or substantial injury or the involvement of weapons, the case is filed as a Felony, otherwise the case is filed as a Misdemeanor. A conviction for the charge of Domestic Violence (even upon a plea of no contest and a withholding of adjudication) will result in a permanent criminal record as the law precludes one from sealing this record.

Domestic Violence is defined by F. S. 741.28 as any assault, aggravated assault, battery, aggravated battery, stalking, aggravated stalking, kidnapping, false imprisonment, or any criminal offense that ends in physical injury or death of a family member or household member of the alleged offender.


The Domestic Violence Law in the state of Florida is complex. It incorporates mandatory minimum sentencing guidelines. Sanctions for a Domestic Violence conviction can include the following:

  • Mandatory 26 week Batter's Intervention Program
  • Mandatory 12 months of Probation
  • A Permanent Criminal Record that can never be Sealed or Expunged upon a plea
  • Community Service Hours
  • Loss of Gun Ownership Rights
  • County Jail or Prison Sentences

Seal & Expungement

Earley Law Firm offers experienced and skilled representation for sealing and expunging of records in Broward County, Florida. Mrs. Earley is an experienced criminal trial attorney serving as a former Broward County Public Defender. Earley Law Firm offers a free consultation so that we may discuss you case in person, and affordable payment plans can be arranged.


Florida law allows an individual a once in a lifetime opportunity, under certain circumstances, to seal or expunge a criminal record. Mistakes or moments of bad judgment are a part of life, and we hope to learn valuable lessons from these mistakes. However, one mistake should not have the effect of permanently damaging your reputation and your livelihood. If you are in need of a criminal record sealed or expunged, contact the Earley Law Firm for a free consultation.

Personal Injury

Personal injury cases cover a variety of situations from automobile accidents, slip and falls, to product liabilities. Personal injuries themselves can manifest in broken bones, soft tissue injuries, brain injuries, and even death. Claims of personal injury are not planned; they come out of nowhere, seriously affecting lives, and are often overwhelming. That’s where Earley Law Firm comes in to help, we are here to fight for your personal injury rights.

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Juvenile Division

Having your son or daughter in the Juvenile Court system can be an emotional and frightening time, even if it is for a traffic summons. Finding an experienced lawyer that is familiar with the Juvenile Court system can help your family through this difficult and worrisome time.

Kaysia has represented children charged with all types of criminal charges ranging from petit theft to very serious matters such as burglary, grand theft, and even sexual assault. Unfortunately, politicians have sought to get “tough on crime,” the laws originally intended to help young people recover from bad mistakes have become more punitive. The laws have changed in many ways to make what was once a process intended to give a young person a second chance, to a system that is intent on obtaining convictions that will stay on a child’s permanent criminal record. As a result, every juvenile case can be very serious.

Earley Law Firm offers a free consultation. To confidentially discuss your child’s juvenile court matter, call our law firm at 800-714-3413.