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James O. Davis Jr.
About James O. Davis Jr.
James Davis is a criminal law attorney in Jacksonville who represents clients needing services regarding criminal law. The Law Office of James Davis is located in Jacksonville, Florida and has been serving the community since 1999.
James Davis is a criminal law attorney in Jacksonville who represents clients needing services regarding criminal law.
The Law Office of James Davis is located in Jacksonville, Florida and has been serving the community since 1999.
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