Meet Robert Carl Davis

Robert C. Davis served in the Army before working with the Kentucky State Police. He then moved to Florida and became a Pinellas County Sherriff and worked with the Florida Highway Patrol.  While working for the sheriff’s office he suffered a broken neck.  As a quadriplegic, Mr. Davis understands what is involved with catastrophic injuries and how to fight for independence and freedom.

Graduate of Stetson University College of Law
J.D. Conferred 1999

Graduate of University of South Florida
BA in Political Science

LICENSURES
Florida Bar #0685550
Washington DC. Bar#488089
Florida Notary Public
Florida FCIC / NCIC License

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EXPERIENCE
Robert Carl Davis, P.A. - Opened May 2004
Lawyer specializing in Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, and Family Law.

Contracted Legal Research/Assistant

Contracted work for various attorneys in the Orlando Area. Work consisted of researching cases, preparing memorandums, preparing cases for trial both civil and criminal, writing appeals, contacting and preparing witnesses for trial, and assisted attorneys for trial.

Lawson Lamar
Office of the State Attorney
Ninth Judicial Circuit

Received cases and prepared them for trial, prepared witnesses for trial, tried several jury trial cases, bench trials, prepared motions, briefs responses to defense counsel’s requests, prepared appellate briefs, handled suppression hearings and prepared orders and pleadings for court.

Bernie McCabe
Office of the State Attorney

Prepared cases for trial, assisted in drafting motions and briefs, tried two jury cases, handled motion to suppress hearings, prepared witnesses for trial, worked cases up for trial attorneys, and prepared appellate briefs.

Rahdert, Anderson, McGowen and Steele
Law Clerk/Research assistant to Kim Vance

Researched case law on Westlaw and the Internet, sherpardized cases, prepared memorandums to advise Kim Vance of client’s legal standing, assisted in retaining new clients.  He also prepared memorandums for the St. Petersburg Times advising clients to their first, fourth, fifth, sixth and fourteenth amendments rights.

Circuit Judge Joseph G. Donahey Jr.

Assisted the Honorable Judge Joseph G. Donahey Jr. in various case researched, prepared orders, observed trials, motions, and hearings.

While Mr. Davis was attending Stetson University College of Law he was involved in with the following activities:

The Prosecution Clinic with the Sixth Judicial Circuit

Internship with Circuit Judge Joseph G. Donahey, Jr.

Guardian Ad Litem Case Worker, Barney Masterson Inn of Court

Pinellas County Student Bar Association

Stetson Student Mentor Program

Gulfport Elementary Tutor/Student Mentor Program

Member of Phi Alpha Delta (PAD)