David Bigney has over 20 years of quality courtroom experience; primarily focused in criminal defense.
Prior to becoming a criminal defense attorney, he was an Assistant State Attorney. Having worked on both sides of the courtroom, he has the experience to anticipate the prosecutor’s strategy; a beneficial skill he utilizes in defending cases.
As a prosecutor, Mr. Bigney handled all types of cases ranging from resisting an officer to first-degree murder.
As a criminal defense attorney, he has aggressively defended people accused/falsely accused of a wide variety of charges including but not limited to drug trafficking, capital sexual battery, internet crimes, murder, attempted murder, resisting arrest, domestic battery, and violations of probation.
Mr. Bigney is an active member of the Orange Bar Association and the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He is also the union representative to the Fraternal Order of Police for the Orlando Police Department.
He is regularly a guest speaker at local high schools and local organizations where he lectures about the criminal justice system and illegal search and seizure.
Mr. Bigney is admitted to practice in all Florida State Courts and the U.S. District Court Middle District of Florida
Jason Bankowitz attended Florida State University where he graduated with a degree in Political Science. As an undergrad, he began pursuing his legal career by serving as an intern with the Office of the State Attorney for Orange and Osceola counties. While attending Stetson University College of Law, Jason gained further experience in the area of criminal law by serving as a certified legal intern for the Office of the State Attorney in Pinellas County where he handled many cases at the County Court level.
Upon graduating from law school, Jason continued his lifelong goal of practicing criminal law by accepting a job as an Assistant State Attorney serving Orange and Osceola counties. In his time at the Office of the State Attorney, Jason handled thousands of cases at every level of severity from second-degree misdemeanors to violent felony offenses. While serving as an Assistant State Attorney, Jason was designated as a specialist in both DUI and Domestic Violence prosecution as well as being the primary prosecutor for Juvenile crimes in Osceola County.
Jason left the Office of the State Attorney in 2007 and has been primarily practicing Criminal Defense Law ever since. It is Jason’s long-standing dedication to the practice of Criminal Law, coupled with his unique experience as both a prosecutor and defense attorney, his experience will certainly work in your favor as the Bigney Law Firm truly provides you ‘Your Best Defense’.
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