Mark S. Germain and Bryan McCarthy
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Mark S. Germain is an experienced criminal defense attorney, with an office located in Brevard County, Melbourne, Florida. Attorney Mark Germain has focused his career on defending individuals charged with criminal offenses. As an undergraduate Germain studied and received his B.S. degree for Political Science in 2001 from Rhodes College located in Memphis, Tennessee. In 2004, Mr. Germain earned his Juris Doctor (JD) degree and a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from Stetson University College of Law. After Germain’s tenure as an Assistant Public Defender, he entered private practice where he continued to focus on criminal defense in Brevard County, FL.

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Bryan McCarthy is a skilled criminal defense attorney who is passionate about helping those facing criminal charges in Melbourne, Florida, and the surrounding areas. He studied accounting at Florida State University and earned his bachelor's degree in 2007. In 2010, he earned his juris doctor from Syracuse University College of Law. Bryan began his career in private practice in New York and later worked as a public defender in Brevard County. Now, he uses his experience to help those facing various misdemeanor and felony charges in Central Florida.

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2715 North Harbor City Blvd, Ste 4 Melbourne, FL 32935
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