Attorney Ashley Parker

Associate Attorney

About Attorney

Ashley David Parker grew up in a small town twenty miles outside Atlanta, Georgia.  Mr. Parker received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Georgia in Business Management and went on to earn his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Georgia School of Law.

Mr. Parker has dedicated his life to defending others.  While in law school, he worked in a legal aid clinic where he assisted in defending juveniles charged with crimes and adults in dependency and termination of parental right hearings.  Following law school, Mr. Parker moved to Central Florida to continue his passion for defending others.  He worked as an Assistant Public Defender for the Ninth Judicial Circuit in Orange County, Florida, where he represented thousands of accused citizens in the Central Florida community in both county and circuit court.

Mr. Parker has experience handling all types of criminal cases from beginning to end and is committed to achieving the most favorable results for his clients.  He has successfully defended clients on felony, misdemeanor, DUI, and traffic related cases. He currently represents clients in the state courts of Florida and the federal Middle District of Florida.

Mr. Parker is a member of the Orange County Bar Association, Central Florida Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys and the Criminal Law Section of the Florida Bar. He and his wife live in Winter Park, Florida with their dog Lincoln.

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Significant Case Results

State v. A.A., 2018-CF-008770-A-O

Charged with: Battery (Evidencing Prejudice)

Our client was charged with a third-degree felony, Battery (Evidencing Prejudice). This is Florida's version of a hate crime. It was alleged that our client had hit a young black male and used racial slurs. The State refused to drop the charge so we took the case to trial. After hearing all the evidence, the Judge reduced the felony charge to a misdemeanor after finding that the Battery was not racially motivated. The jury then returned a verdict of NOT GUILTY on the charge of Battery.

Outcome: NOT GUILTY


J.H. v. M.P., 2018-DR-2528

Charged with: Petition for Injunction for Protection Against Repeat Violence

Outcome: Petition Dismissed


State v. B.M., 2018-CF-016368-A-O

Charged with: Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer

Our client was arrested for Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer. We were able to get the State to dismiss the case prior to filing charges.

Outcome: Dismissed


State v. A.N., 2018-MM-009128-A-O

Charged with: Battery Domestic Violence

Our client was arrested for battery domestic violence. We were able to get the State to dismiss the case prior to filing charges.

Outcome: Dismissed


S.G. v. J.S., 18-DR-12818

Charged with: Petition for Injunction for Protection Against Repeat Violence

Outcome: Petition Dismissed


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