James W. Chandler, Attorney
James Chandler joined the Law Office of David T. Agoston in October 2008 after over three years in the Collier County State Attorney's Office where he prosecuted in County (Misdemeanor), Circuit (Juvenile and Felony) Courts. Prior to joining the State Attorney's Office he was an Associate at the Law Firm of Romsa & Kuker, LLC in Boulder, Colorado practicing criminal defense and family law. Prior to that time he worked as a clerk in a small Federal Criminal Defense firm in Denver, Colorado.
Mr. Chandler is a native of Huntington, West Virginia and a member of the Collier County Bar Association, The Thomas Biggs American Inns of Court, The Florida Bar Family Law Section, and the Collier County Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.In his spare time, he enjoys being a SCUBA Instructor and is Co-Founder of Scuba Outfitters of Naples. During football season he can be found anywhere the West Virginia Mountaineers are playing, or occasionally playing golf. He has a wife Joleana and 2 wonderful kids, Elena and Evan.
|Education:||West Virginia University|
U.S. District Court District of Colorado
District of Columbia 2005
U.S. District Court Middle District of Florida
U.S. District Court Northern District of Florida
U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit
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