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At The Flynn Law Group we seek justice. We believe you deserve a powerful, aggressive attorney who protects your rights.
In Bartow and in Lakeland, criminal defense lawyer John Flynn does exactly that. A formidable advocate for criminal defendants in Polk County, he refuses to back down when his clients' freedom is in jeopardy.
Attorney Flynn has exclusively practiced criminal law since 2003. He consistently obtains solid results for clients. His experience as a former prosecutor allows him to fully understand the strategies prosecutors use and how best to attack them. He also has tried many, many cases and is familiar with and has earned the respect of area judges.
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