Rob is a fourth generation Clay County native who graduated with a B.S. from the... more
Rob is a fourth generation Clay County native who graduated with a B.S. from the University of Florida in 1992 and law degree from the University of Florida in 1996. Rob first earned significant trial experience working as a state prosecutor in both Clay and Duval counties.After moving to private practice, Rob continued his dedication to advocacy, handling insurance defense and other civ... view profile
I began my career as a prosecutor in the Fourth Judicial Circuit where I worked for... more
I began my career as a prosecutor in the Fourth Judicial Circuit where I worked for legendary State Attorney Ed Austin. While there, I prosecuted cases ranging from DUI to murder. I left the State Attorney's Office to work as an associate for the firm of Kopelousos, Head, Smith, Townsend & Metcalf, a highly-respected AV- rated firm based in Clay County, Florida. After trying numerous criminal a... view profile
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