Are you facing criminal charges
in the state of Florida? Need a Criminal Defense Attorney?
Once charged, you need the strong representation of a Flagler County and Palm Coast criminal defense attorney to advocate on your behalf and protect your rights under Florida law.
Criminal changes are serious and could result in fines, jail time, prison or probation. You also have your reputation to protect. You need an experienced and local Palm Coast Defense attorney to advocate for your rights.
As a former prosecutor for Flagler County and candidate for Flagler County Judge, you can be confident that Mr. Davis will expertly guide you from arrest through the conclusion of your case. Davis Law has extensive experience in the area as a former prosecutor who will fight on your behalf and protect you throughout the criminal defense process. Davis Law will provide personal attention and aggressively work to resolve your pending criminal charges. We will help navigate the criminal justice system and fight for your rights and freedom.
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.