Get in Trouble at Ultra? Call Chad Piotrowski for Free Legal Help

Hey, Ravers ...

Arrested? Apprehended? Busted? Collared? Pinched?

Just call the Law Offices of Chad Piotrowski. He's a former state prosecutor and he's giving away legal help to party people in need.

"Did you get in trouble at Ultra? Do you need a criminal attorney?" he asks in a Vine lawyer commercial. "Tweet me for free criminal defense."

See also: Is Ultra F@#%ing Over Yet? There's a Website for That

Practicing from 55 Merrick Way in Coral Gables, Pietrowski has been a member of the Florida Bar since 2007.

He went to school and scored a Juris Doctor at Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware. He's belonged to the Dade County Bar Association, among others, for many years.

Most importantly, though, he has a Vine account (@ChadPiotrowski), a Twitter (@ChadPiotrowski),a Facebook (facebook.com/cplaw), and even an old-fashioned phone, where he can be reached at 305-461-1116.

"The reason I wanted to do it was I realized this crowd comes down to Miami, a lot of them are young, they aren't the age of majority yet, they don't always make the best decisions, and they have the rest of their lives in front of them," Piotrowski tells Crossfade. "So really what I was looking to do is help these kids out.

"I've had past Ultra cases where I assisted college or high school students who were arrested for drugs or something of a similar nature, and I was able to save their future.

"It's just a shame to go down to Ultra and have something happen that will affect the rest of their lives. If I can help somebody, especially from the younger crowd, it's my way of giving back."

Of course, ravers in trouble, you should always read the fine print:

"I reserve the right to revoke this offer once I take on an adequate number of pro bono cases," Chad writes at CPLaw-Miami.com/Ultra.

"I cannot represent every person that gets arrested at Ultra for free!"

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