Mr. Davis graduated from the University of North Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Political Science. Subsequently, Mr. Davis attended Florida A&M University, College of Law in Orlando, Florida where he received the degree of Juris Doctor.
Mr. Davis has been a resident of Flagler County since 2008. Josh is married to Lesley and has four children, Noah, Lauren, Addison and Macy. His involvement with our community has included working with the Teen Court Program, being a member of the Drug Court Team and training local Law Enforcement on how to better serve the community.
As a licensed attorney, Josh has devoted his entire career as a public servant to the residents of the State of Florida. First, Josh became an Assistant Public Defender in Daytona Beach. As a Public Defender, Josh protected the rights of individuals charged with crimes in Juvenile, Misdemeanor and Felony cases while practicing in both County and Circuit Courts. Next, Mr. Davis went on to protect the rights of children involved in the dependency system by becoming a Senior Program Attorney with Guardian ad Litem for the Seventh Judicial Circuit.
In 2009 Josh became an Assistant State Attorney in Flagler County. He now serves as the Felony Intake Attorney in Flagler County for the Office of the State Attorney, Seventh Judicial Circuit. After a felony arrest is made in Flagler County by local Law Enforcement, it is Josh’s responsibility to determine the proper legal course of action for each case.
In recent years, Josh transitioned from his role as an Assistant State Attorney to establish his own law firm, leveraging his extensive experience in the legal system. At his firm, he utilizes his expertise gained from serving as the Felony Intake Attorney in Flagler County to provide high-quality legal representation for clients facing various criminal charges. With a deep understanding of both prosecution and defense, Josh is committed to delivering exceptional results and protecting the rights of his clients.