Brian Coughlin was featured as a guest writer in the Jacksonville Daily Record discussing the 2018 general election. In this article, Brian summarizes each proposed amendment likely to be on the ballot this year. Election Day is November 6 and early voting in Duval County begins October 22. Read the full article below: Read Article
Lawyer Brian Coughlin was featured in an article in The Jacksonville Daily Record. This article discusses Brian’s path to law, his involvement with the Tom Coughlin Jay Fund, and more. Read the full article below. Read Article
Lawyer Hank Coxe was featured in an article in The Jacksonville Daily Record. In this article, Hank discusses how his law career began, pro bono cases he’s worked on, who he admires, and much more. Read the full article below: Read Article
Erica L. Cruzat joined the Bedell Firm in August of 2003. As a valued member of the criminal litigation team for 15 years, Erica has assisted our criminal defense attorneys in a number of high-profile cases, and her unflagging dedication and attention to detail have been invaluable in securing positive outcomes for many of our clients.
O. David Barksdale joined the Bedell Firm as a partner in 1999 after working as a division chief and homicide team member at the State Attorney’s Office in Jacksonville. David specializes in state and federal criminal defense, is board-certified in Criminal Trial law, and has been recognized as a leader in this field by The […]
Courtney Williams works as an attorney at The Bedell Firm. She joined the firm in 2016 and her primary practice areas are complex commercial litigation and general litigation. She was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2009.
Being a part of Jacksonville for as long as we have means our roots run deep in this city. Recently, one of our staff members was selected to appear in a Jaguars/Fox Sports promotion video because of her long-term loyalty to the team. Gwandos Ward is not only an extraordinarily talented Secretary to John A. DeVault, III, […]
In the mid-1980s, sentencing in federal criminal cases became a partly mathematical process, when Congress formed the United States Sentencing Commission. The goal of Congress was to create a system in which defendants were fairly sentenced based on the facts of their cases, and to avoid unfair variations based on inappropriate factors.
Attorney Ashley Wells Cox serves as senior counsel at Bedell Firm, specializing in family law, criminal defense, Florida Bar disciplinary defense, and administrative licensure defense cases. After graduating magna cum laude from Duke University in 1997 with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy Studies, Cox attended Northwestern University School of Law, where she graduated […]
Making decisions regarding custody and timesharing is the most difficult part of a divorce with children. Depending on the nature of the separation and how things are ending, the child custody decision may or may not be a clear decision. There are many factors that are considered in cases of this nature. Decision-Making Authority […]