100 N Laura St. Suite 702
Jacksonville, FL 32202

Criminal Law


With years of experience working with all types of criminal state crimes, federal crimes, and juvenile crimes, Hodges Law, P.A. is your most valuable tool if you were charged with a crime. We have knowledge in county, state, and federal laws, and will work hard to defend your rights. We will research your case and give support for the defense team.

Hodges Law, P.A. offers comprehensive criminal defense services for you to feel comfortable during any circumstances knowing we have your best interest protected.

Driving While Intoxicated (DUI / DWI) & Traffic Violations

Our firm has extensive experience representing clients in the Northeast Florida region, including Jacksonville, Orange Park, St. Augustine, Fernandina Beach or in the areas around Duval, St. Johns, Nassau, and Clay counties, concerning drunk driving and other traffic violations matters.

Our firm also handles other traffic violations, including speeding infractions. If you seek to fight a speeding ticket or citation in court, we can represent you.

Drug Crimes

A Florida Criminal Defense Attorney can help you understand your rights if you are charged with a drug–related offense. We will aggressively represent you by employing effective defense strategies ranging from suppression hearings (to exclude illegally obtained evidence) to jury trials. If you have been charged with any type of drug offense you need an experienced criminal defense attorney.


Depending on the amount of the theft, these crimes can be charged as misdemeanors or felonies. A skillful Florida Criminal Defense Attorney can help you avoid a conviction for theft by negotiating with the prosecutor on your behalf or defending you at trial.

Assault/ Aggravated Assault

Arguments between individuals sometimes escalate and threats are exchanged back and forth. The law views this as a crime and you can be charged for simply raising a fist to someone and threatening them with the use of force even if you did not intend to do so. By simply picking up an object that could inflict serious harm to a person and threatening them, you could be committing aggravated assault. We can help you understand your rights.

We also represent clients facing: