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Okaloosa County, FL - Pumphrey Law

It is important to carefully consider your legal options after any criminal charge. Even if the offense may not seem serious to you, it can show up on background checks and greatly impact your future employment options. Certain offenses can have more serious impacts on your civil liberties, custody of your children, and special licenses. You have a lot at stake – call an attorney who will truly fight for your rights and not settle for the easiest outcome.

The attorneys at Pumphrey Law represent clients in a variety of areas, including a Fort Walton Beach domestic violence arrests. The local law enforcement responding to the domestic assault call is trained to immediately identify the victim and take the alleged attacker away if it appears he or she poses a risk to the victim or other household members. This can be incredibly problematic in situations where a divorce or child custody battle may create situations of exaggeration or falsified charges. A domestic violence defense attorney can help you resolve these situations.

Even in situations of probation violation, the police officer’s immediate impression may not be correct. Our attorneys can help find errors in police investigation procedure, weaknesses in witness testimony, and defense strategies that can help you find a favorable outcome. No matter the charge you face, a veteran trial attorney can make a significant impact in your future.

Okaloosa County Criminal Lawyer

The attorneys at Pumphrey Law are Tallahassee-based criminal defense attorneys who pursue justice for clients in Okaloosa County. Their criminal defense knowledge can help you fight for a favorable outcome in your criminal case, whether you are facing a misdemeanor charge of theft or a DUI in Okaloosa County.

If you’ve been charged with a crime in Ocean City, Laurel Hill, Niceville, Destin, Crestview, or nearby areas, getting advice from an experienced Okaloosa county criminal defense attorney may be in your best interests. With over 20 years of experience, our attorneys have helped many men, women, and youth reach positive outcomes in felony or misdemeanor cases. Contact Pumphrey Law today for a free, no-obligation consultation.


Additional Resources

Okaloosa County Court and Legal Resources

  • County Court of Okaloosa County
    The County Court of Okaloosa County handles county and city ordinance violations, including misdemeanors or minor offenses that lead up to a maximum sentence of one year in County jail.

    101 E. James Lee Blvd.
    Crestview, FL 32536
    Phone: (850) 689-5000

  • Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office
    Equipped with approximately 250 sworn personnel and ninety civilians, the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office proudly serves and protects approximately 200,000 year-round residents and tons of visitors each year.

    1250 Elgin Parkway
    Shalimar, FL 32579
    Phone: (850) 651-7547

  • Public Defender Office, 1st Circuit
    The Public Defender’s office is responsible for providing legal counsel to defendants the court has determined are unable to pay for a private attorney. Honorable Jack Behr serves the Walton, Escambia, Okaloosa, and Santa Rosa counties.

    Crestview Office
    302 N. Wilson Street, Suite 301
    Crestview, FL 32536
    Phone: (850) 689-5580

    Shalimar Office
    1-A 9th Avenue
    Shalimar, FL 32579
    Phone: (850) 651-7350 


County Law Enforcement

  • Okaloosa County Department of Corrections
    The Okaloosa county jail website allows you to search for current inmates, release dates, and booking dates. Visitors to the county jail must arrive 30 minutes prior to sign-in and present valid identification.

    1200 East James Lee Boulevard
    Crestview, Florida 32539
    Phone: 850-689-5690

  • City of Niceville Police Department
    The Niceville PD is dedicated to ensuring the safety of local citizens and visitors. Through proactive approaches, including public outreach programs, responsiveness to calls, and strategic community patrols, Niceville law enforcement office continues to serve and protect.

    212 Partin Dr.
    Niceville, FL 32578
    Phone: (850) 729-4050

  • Crestview City Police Department
    The police department of Crestview, FL is highly active within the local community, including drug awareness and an upcoming Senior vs Crime chapter. This website contains a sex offender registry, driver’s license check, alerts for current reported fraud scams in the area, and more.

    201 Stillwell Blvd.
    Crestview, FL 32539
    Phone: (850) 682-3544


Okaloosa County, FL Cities and ZIP Codes

  • Freeport
    32439
  • Baker
    32531
  • Crestview
    32536, 32539
  • Destin
    32541
  • Hurlburt Field
    32544
  • Fort Walton Beach
    32547, 32548
  • Miramar Beach
    32550
  • Holt
    32564
  • Laurel Hill
    32567
  • Mary Esther
    32569
  • Niceville
    32578
  • Shalimar
    32579
  • Valparaiso
    32580

Okaloosa County, FL Information

  • Okaloosa County, FL Information
    This webpage, operated by City-Data, provides a host of invaluable information to current and prospective county residents. You can learn more about the crime rates and statistics, as well as local demographics, which can be particularly useful should you choose to relocate.

Pumphrey Law | Crestview, FL Criminal Defense Attorney

If you’ve been accused of a crime in Okaloosa County, the prosecution will do everything they can to prove their case, so you need to do the same. Before speaking with the authorities, contact Pumphrey Law. Our guidance can help you avoid self-incrimination and gather any time-sensitive evidence or testimony that can strengthen your defense. Contact us today to begin discussing your legal options and exploring defenses that might apply to your case.