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Charles L. Truncale - Jacksonville, FL

301 West Bay Street Suite 14130 Jacksonville, FL 32202- 3461

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Updated: 07/07/2020

Jacksonville Criminal Defense Law Firm

Overview

A former chief federal and state prosecutor for more than 20 years, criminal defense trial attorney Charles L. Truncale, in Jacksonville, Florida, defends people accused of serious state and federal felony charges.

Practicing criminal law for the past 10 years, Mr. Truncale draws upon his lengthy prosecutorial experience to construct compelling defenses against the most complex and serious of criminal charges. He also concentrates on criminal appeals and post-conviction relief as well as general ...

About Charles L. Truncale

Languages

  • English

Practice Areas

  • Criminal Defense

Honors

  • AV Preeminent Rating, Martindale-Hubbell legal firm directory

Representative Cases

  • United States v. Gregory Michael Willson
  • United States v. Edgardo Candelaria, Jr.
  • State of Florida v. A.H. Baiyer
  • State of Florida v. Jen Yung Lee
  • State of Florida v. Errol Ricketts
  • United States v. Lan Mong Thi Nguyen
  • State of Florida v. Marcus Thomas
  • State of Georgia v. Valerie Cox
  • State of Florida v. John Reader
  • State of Florida v. Paul MacNeil
  • United States v. Jabari Hird
  • United States v. Jawan Lequint Myers

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Attorneys

Fees

Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

301 West Bay Street Suite 14130 Jacksonville, FL 32202- 3461

Fax

  • 904-485-8259

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