Attorney Travis Mydock is a board certified criminal trial lawyer located in Saint Augustine, Florida. He specializes in defending all state criminal cases, including: DUI, domestic violence, gun crimes, and drug crimes. He has served as trusted legal counsel in over 3,500 criminal cases. His experience on both sides of the courtroom has consistently helped clients successfully navigate the most challenging times of their life. Get your free case evaluation now.Read More About Travis
We handle all types of felony and misdemeanor criminal cases in Florida. Our office is in Saint Augustine but we handle cases statewide. We frequently represent first offenders and habitual felony offenders.Learn More
A conviction for DUI has serious and lasting consequences. DUI law is complex and complicated. Multiple enhancements could apply. We have experience in nearly every type of DUI case from 1st offense to DUI manslaughter.Learn More
We are at the forefront of ever changing search and seizure laws in drug cases. Mandatory minimum sentences may apply in a drug sale or trafficking case. Your driver license can also be suspended for a drug conviction.Learn More
A violation of probation can result in the maximum penalty being imposed by a judge. The burden of proof is also reduced and hearsay evidence is admissible.Learn More
Mr. Mydock is a Board-Certified Specialist in Criminal Trial Law by The Florida Bar (2017-2027), Rated AV Preeminent ® by Martindale Hubbell (2020-2023), and rated Superb 10.0 by Avvo (2016-2023).
Experience on both sides of the courtroom. Closed over 3,500 criminal cases from DUI to Murder and over 45 criminal jury trials to verdict. Extensive experience in Saint Johns, Duval, Flagler, Putnam, Clay, and Volusia County.
Professional Designations include: Chairman, Judicial Nominating Commission, Seventh Judicial Circuit, State of Florida (2023); Past-President, Saint Johns County Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Past-President, Saint Johns County Bar Association.
Awards include: The Florida Bar, President’s Award Recipient (2023); State Attorney RJ Larizza, Top Gun Trial Award Recipient (2015)
Memberships include: Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Member, Nation College for DUI Defense; Member, DUI Defense Lawyers Association
Mydock Law is a boutique law firm specializing in DUI and criminal defense with an office located in Saint Augustine, Florida. When your rights or freedom are at risk due to a pending criminal case or police investigation, you should seek the specialized knowledge, skill, and experience of a Board-Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer. Free confidential phone consultations are available for all criminal cases in Florida. Call (904) 864-3002.
Defending all DUI and criminal cases statewide in Florida, including:
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