James M Burns & Associates Foley, AL-based attorney James M. Burns was born in Mobile. He is a lifelong resident of the Gulf Coast region and an avid surfer. He has worked in the legal field for two decades handling a broad range of legal matters in Florida and Alabama state and federal courts.
He established a law firm with the guiding principle of helping people in northwest Florida and southwest Alabama solve difficult legal issues.
Focused Attention, Fierce Representation
Mr. Burns focuses on legal matters that can affect your life in critical ways. He is a bulldog, who will fight to protect you. He has the experience to defend you or a loved one if accused of a crime in either state or federal court.
In each case, your needs come first. As testimonials from past clients and his broader reputation in the community show, James M. Burns is an approachable lawyer who has a track record of obtaining the best possible results.
When Results Really Matter, Call James M. Burns & Associates
Mr. Burns will deal with your legal issues directly and respond to questions at every step. You will know where your case stands and what options are available to move forward.
Simply stated, you can talk to him and count on honest, informed legal advice. For a free consultation, call (850) 457-6002 or reach out to Mr. Burns via the consulation form.
Mr. Burns graduated in 1995 from the University of West Florida in Pensacola, Florida, with a degree in legal administration, and received his Juris Doctor degree from St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami, Florida, in 1999.
James M. Burns has dedicated his legal practice to representing criminal defendants and protecting their constitutional rights. Mr. Burns has appeared in numerous local and state courts in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, Florida, and Baldwin and Mobile counties, Alabama, and he is well-acquainted and respected by the judges in those jurisdictions.
He has successfully represented thousands of clients throughout Northwest Florida and Southern Alabama and he can do the same for you.
Bar Admission:Alabama, 2001