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James O. Davis Jr.

904-358-0420
James O. Davis
Law Office of James Davis, P.A.
300 W Adams St Suite 550
Jacksonville, FL 32202
jamesdavisdefense.com
Phone: 904-358-0420
National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws

National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws

James O. Davis Jr.

Member,
Legal Committee

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.

Biography

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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James O. Davis Jr. -
Law Office of James Davis, P.A.
300 W Adams St Suite 550
Jacksonville, FL 32202
jamesdavisdefense.com
Phone Numbers:
  • Office: 904-358-0420
  • Fax: 904-353-1359

Practice Areas

Area of Practice % Focus
Marijuana Defense100.00%

Credentials

Bar Licenses

State Status Year Acquired
Florida Member in Good Standing 1999

Associations

Position Organization Duration
Member,
Legal Committee
National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws present

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Lesser Included Offense

Posted on Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

Lesser Included Offense   In Florida, it is not uncommon for prosecutors to charge a criminal defendant with several offenses even though they all arose from the same conduct. For example, a ... [read more]

What is the Difference in a Dismissal with Prejudice and Without Prejudice?

Posted on Friday, March 3rd, 2017

What is the Difference in a Dismissal with Prejudice and Without Prejudice? After criminal charges have been filed and the case is pending, either the prosecution or the defense may make a motion... [read more]

Florida’s New Medical Marijuana Law

Posted on Monday, February 27th, 2017

Florida’s New Medical Marijuana Law In 2014, Florida citizens legalized the use of a non-euphoric type of cannabis, referred to as Charlotte’s Web, for people who suffered from a... [read more]

Marijuana: It’s Still Illegal, It’s Still a Crime

Posted on Saturday, February 25th, 2017

Marijuana: It’s Still Illegal, It’s Still a Crime Although medical use of marijuana became legal in Florida effective January 3, 2017, possession of nonmedical marijuana is still a crime u... [read more]

The Marital Privilege

Posted on Monday, February 13th, 2017

The Marital Privilege   If you are charged with a criminal offense and expect to go to trial, you may ask if your spouse can be forced to testify against you. Florida law provides for communicati... [read more]

Double Jeopardy: Can I Be Charged in State and Federal Court for the Same Conduct?

Posted on Saturday, January 28th, 2017

Double Jeopardy: Can I Be Charged in State and Federal Court for the Same Conduct? Almost everyone is familiar with the Fifth Amendment and its protection against Double Jeopardy. Most peopl... [read more]