Saint Johns County, Florida Criminal Lawyers
Former Assistant State Attorney turned Criminal Defense and Family Law attorney with the law office of CANAN LAW. While with the State Attorney’s Office Andrew was a lead trial attorney prosecuting life, first, second and third degree felonies. Prior to law school Andrew obtained his Masters in Business Administration from Winthrop University. Andrew Morgan was also nominated and selected as a Rising Star Attorney by Super Lawyers for his achievements in the area of Family Law.
(904) 342-8340 2245 County Road 210 West
St. Johns, FL 32259
St. Johns, FL 32259
Firm works with Asset Protection, Estate Planning, Wills, & Trusts, Probate, Jacksonville Foreclosure Defense,Employment, Criminal Law, DUI, Elder Law Guardianship, Gun Trust, NFA Firearms, NFA Trust, Gun rights, Probate, Probate Litigation, Trusts, Trust Litigation. Licensed in Texas and Florida
Markus A. Sermons is a litigation attorney focusing in the areas of Criminal Defense, DUI, Domestic Violence, Juvenile, Traffic Tickets, White Color Crime, Divorce/Family Law, Probate/Trust Litigation, and general Civil Litigation. Prior to joining the Law Office of David M. Goldman PLLC, he spent several years in the Office of the Public Defender litigating criminal matters in the Juvenile and Felony divisions, but began his law career with the Office of the State Attorney as a Legal Trainee. With countless hearings and many jury and bench trials to his credit, Mr. Sermons has extensive courtroom experience. Additionally, Mr. Sermons...
Marcus Thompson attended the University of Georgia, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Journalism/Advertising. During his senior year, Marcus studied international media and history at Oxford University. He attained his Juris Doctor from Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport, Florida. During law school, Marcus clerked at a St. Petersburg law firm and gained a wide variety of experience handling cases in the areas of personal injury, criminal defense, business litigation, family law, and civil litigation. After law school and his admission to the Florida Bar, Marcus returned to his hometown of St. Augustine to build a...
Malcolm is an attorney with over 33 years of experience specializing in various areas of criminal defense with a high success rate in DUIs and license offenses. He has a long-running relationship with St. Johns and Duval county law enforcement and court systems that has served his clients and their cases well. Malcolm is passionate about upholding the rights of his clients and their needs, while defending and protecting their privacy and reputation all with the utmost integrity. You will get peace of mind with Malcolm Anthony as your lawyer.
Attorney Clyde Taylor III is a partner of Taylor & Taylor Attorneys. He graduated from the University of Georgia with his Juris Doctor in 2000. In 2010, Attorney Taylor joined his father at Taylor & Taylor Attorneys, a criminal defense and family law firm. His focus is on handling cases that involve post-convictions and appeals. If you would like to know more about Attorney Taylor and find out how he can help you, contact the firm today!
Mr. Whittington has practiced law for over 16 years exclusively devoted to family and criminal law. He has handled a wide array of criminal & family law cases throughout the state of Florida. He is a skilled trial lawyer who is capable of negotiating a just and fair agreement when necessary. Mr. Whittington and his partner, Bruce Culbert, practice law from their office in Green Cove Springs directly behind the Clay County Courthouse and the practice focues on Clay, Duval, Putnam & St. Johns counties.
Michael J. Politis is the Daytona Beach personal injury attorney who established Politis & Matovina, P.A. He is a proud graduate of Nova University School of Law. Before he established the firm, Attorney Politis was a Prosecutor at the State Attorney’s Office in Daytona Beach and went on to become the Chief of Homicide Prosecutor with a 100% conviction rate. He has a strong track record of providing knowledgeable counsel not only in court but also in various TV shows, newspaper articles, and lectures. Attorney Politis is also recognized with the highest possible rating by Martindale-Hubble? Law Directory. Get...
Jacksonville Criminal Defense Attorney and founder of Roelke Law, P.A., William Roelke fights aggressively to defend those facing criminal misdemeanor and/or felony charges. Roelke's practice areas include DUI/DWI, drug charges, violent crime, weapon violations, domestic violence, juvenile defense, theft crimes and all other misdemeanor and/or felony offenses. With over 20 years experience as an attorney, William Roelke confidently defends his clients, no matter how severe the charge. Roelke treats his clients with dignity and respect, understanding that accused charges do not characterize an individual, and he therefore fights diligently to showcase his clients in the same way. Roelke...
Jeremy Lasnetski is a board certified criminal trial focusing on criminal law and immigration law. Mr. Lasnetski works in the Jacksonville office of Shorstein, Lasnetski, & Gihon. Shorstein, Lasnetski, & Gihon focus on criminal, immigration, and personal injury matters with two office locations in Jacksonville and Orlando.
(407) 228-2019 409 Montgomery Rd
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
Sam Jubran is a Florida native who has extensive training and experience litigating cases. Mr. Jubran is a Board Certified Specialist in Marital and Family Law, certified by The Florida Bar. At The Law Office of A. Sam Jubran, P.A., helping others is a passion not a job! Questions about your rights under the law? We have answers! ...Jacksonville's attorney at law.
Jacksonville attorney Dale E. Workman earned his Juris Doctor degree in 1997 from Stetson University College of Law, which has consistently and repeatedly been recognized as the best law school in the nation for producing superior trial attorneys (also see here). Prior to that, he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science in 1993 from the University of South Florida. While there, he authored an article that was featured in that university’s law journal, in which he gave an in-depth analysis of a U.S. Supreme Court opinion and discussed the erosion of the right to privacy...
Attorney Patrick Korody spent 10 years on active duty in the Navy JAG Corps, where he served as a military and federal prosecutor, military defense counsel, and crime victims' rights attorney. He deployed to Iraq in 2007 where he presented cases to Iraqi judges in Iraqi courts. He served as the special victims' prosecutor for the Navy in the Northwest Region of the United States and received advanced litigation and trial training through the military. He used his experience, service, and training to achieve outstanding results for his clients as a civilian attorney.
Troy J. Webber is a criminal defense attorney practicing in Jacksonville, Florida. Mr. Webber earned a juris doctor from the University of Florida, Levin College of Law, where he graduated with honors. Upon graduation, Mr. Webber served as an Assistant Public Defender in Brevard County, Florida. There, he handled thousands of criminal cases in a wide variety of offense areas, including assault, battery, domestic violence, DUI, injunction violations, violations of pre-trial release conditions, exposure, possession, culpable negligence, retail theft, suspended license, trespass, no valid driver’s license, and other types of offenses. As an attorney in the...