Taylor & Taylor’s team of attorneys handle many different types of criminal cases. Whether their clients are dealing with traffic violations or fighting federal charges, the team of attorneys is equipped to provide the necessary legal knowledge and support. The firm even has an attorney, Clyde M. Taylor, Jr., who is certified and approved to handle death-penalty cases in the state of Florida. A certified death-penalty attorney is required to have met extensive training, education and trial experience requirements. Taylor & Taylor’s attorneys, who are backed by decades of experience, can also assist clients who are trying to appeal previous convictions, seal or expunge their criminal records, or receive various types of post-conviction relief.
Taylor & Taylor serves clients in St. Johns County, including the areas of St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra and St. Johns. Besides the local region, the firm’s attorneys have also represented clients in federal courts located throughout the country, including those along the Gulf Coast and the Atlantic Coast, and in Indiana, Ohio, Georgia, New York and Puerto Rico.
Attorney Clyde M. Taylor, Jr. has tried more than 200 cases since 1978. The attorney was able to achieve not guilty verdicts in more than 36 percent of those trials. He has represented many different types of clients, such as Sheriffs, Deputy U.S. Marshals and a county judge, who was the only sitting county judge in Leon County, Florida to receive criminal charges. Other attorneys at the firm include Clyde M. Taylor III and Bradley A. Waldrop, who each draw from well-rounded legal backgrounds.
Clyde M. Taylor III formerly served as a solo practitioner who had a general law practice, and he served as an association attorney. He has handled cases relating to criminal trials, family law, civil litigation, probate law and business law. He also has experience working for the Office of the Public Defender of the 7th Judicial Circuit.
Before joining Taylor & Taylor, Waldrop had a general law private practice as well, where his focus areas included criminal defense, civil claims, family law, estate planning and appeals. Prior to that, he served as an assistant state attorney for the Assistant State Attorney’s Office in the 7th Judicial Circuit.
Individuals who turn to Taylor & Taylor can draw from a wealth of experience that its attorneys bring to the table. Those who are being charged with criminal offenses should not hesitate to contact the firm to find out how one of these attorneys might be of service in a particular case. More information about Taylor & Taylor is available at http://www.Taylor-