Bryan McCarthy

Bryan McCarthy | Law Offices of Germain & McCarthy, LLC

Bryan McCarthy is an attorney who is dedicated to helping those accused of misdemeanor and felony criminal offenses throughout Central Florida. He has worked as an attorney in private practice and as a public defender, allowing him to represent hundreds of people in complex criminal cases with confidence.

Bryan earned his bachelor's degree in accounting from Florida State University in 2007 and his juris doctor at Syracuse University College of Law in New York in 2010. Soon after, he began working as an associate attorney at a local criminal defense firm.

During his tenure with the New York-based law office, Bryan wrote appeals, handled misdemeanor and felony cases, conducted all client consultations and represented clients throughout New York. In 2011, Bryan returned to his home state and became a public defender at the Office for the 18th Judicial Circuit in Brevard County, handling both misdemeanor and felony cases.

After leaving the public defender's office, Bryan returned to private practice and joined the Law Offices of Germain & McCarthy, LLC. He remains dedicated to criminal defense and continues to be involved in the local legal community as a member of different organizations and associations.

Education

  • Juris Doctor, Syracuse University College of Law, 2010
  • Bachelor of Science, Accounting, Florida State University, 2007

Memberships and Associations

  • Brevard County Bar Association
  • Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
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Law Offices of Germain & McCarthy, LLC
2715 North Harbor City Blvd, Ste 4 Melbourne, FL 32935
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