Welcome to Davis Law serving Flagler Beach, Florida. We understand that facing criminal charges can be a stressful and overwhelming experience, and we are here to help you navigate the legal system and protect your rights. As a former prosecutor for Flagler County, Joshua Davis has the experience and rare expertise to defend the accused against all types of criminal charges, from misdemeanors to felonies.
Our services include:
- Defense against all types of criminal charges, including DUI, drug offenses, theft, domestic violence, and more
- Aggressive and strategic representation in court
- Negotiation with prosecutors to seek reduced or dismissed charges
- Representation at bail hearings and arraignments
- Expungement of criminal records
We believe in providing personalized and compassionate legal representation to each of our clients. We will take the time to fully understand your case and work tirelessly to develop a strong defense strategy on your behalf. We are committed to fighting for your freedom and protecting your future.
As a former prosecutor for Flagler County and candidate for Flagler County Judge, Josh Davis is an experienced defense attorney serving Flagler Beach with a proven track record of success fighting on behalf cases like yours.
If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime in Flagler Beach, contact us for a free consultation. We are here to help you every step of the way.
Call Davis Law at 386-437-1127 so we can start fighting for your interests.
Some of the Criminal Charges we can assist you with include:
• Assault & Battery
• Lewd Conduct
• Sexual Battery
• Sex Crimes
• Child Sex Offenses
• Elderly Abuse
• Weapons Charges
• Hit and Run
• White Collar Crimes
• State Crimes
• Probation Violation
How We Can Assist
We are committed to standing up for your rights when facing criminal charges. In our justice system, you are innocent until proven guilty. Davis Law will work tirelessly to hold prosecutors to this constitutional right.
Potential issues in the prosecution’s case could result in a not guilty verdict, dismissal, or the case being thrown out.
Some legal problems with your criminal charges could be:
Evidence of your innocence • Police errors • Illegal search and seizure • Miranda rights issues during your arrest
Witnesses unavailable to testify or unreliable testimony • Evidence issues
Even if a not-guilty verdict or dismissal is not possible in your situation, there may still be a number of options for reducing the negative consequences of a conviction. This may include, for example, reduced charges and lesser penalties (a plea bargain), including seeking alternative sentencing such as fines, community service or probation, for example.