Joseph "Trey" Flynn - Partner

Criminal Defense Attorney

Joseph “Trey” Flynn is Board Certified in Criminal Trial Law and partner at NeJame Law. Board Certification is the highest level of evaluation by The Florida Bar of competency and experience within an area of law, and professionalism and ethics in practice.

He received his Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from the University of Florida, and went on to earn his law degree from the University of Dayton - School of Law in 2007.

After graduating from law school Mr. Flynn moved back to this hometown of Orlando, and went on to serve as an Assistant Public Defender for the Ninth Judicial Circuit. During his time as a public defender, Mr. Flynn defended more than 1,000 clients in several areas in both County and Circuit Court. He also served as counsel on over 70 jury trials.

Mr. Flynn is experienced in handling all aspects of criminal defense, including jury trials, pretrial motions, bond motions and violation of probation hearings. He also has extensive experience dealing with mental health issues such as competency and sanity, and has even served as counsel in Baker Act hearings.

Mr. Flynn’s family has called Orlando home since the late 1950s. He currently serves as president for the Yellow Brick Road: The Holden Flynn Foundation an organization dedicated to assisting children and families suffering from congenital heart disease in Central Florida. The foundation’s presence can be seen in all 3 major pediatric hospitals in Orlando. He is also on the national board of the Pediatric Congenital Heart Association.

Professionally, Mr. Flynn is a member of the Central Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Orange County Bar Association.

Notable cases:

Stephens v. State, 78 So.3d 686 (Fla. 5th  DCA 2012)

Attorney Trey Flynn has successfully handled cases in the following but not limited to areas:

  • PreTrial Release (PTR) issues (motions to set and/or modify conditions of bond/bail, 'no return' and 'no contact' orders, etc.)
  • Baker Act (mental health) civil proceedings
  • Driving under the Influence (DUI) and other Driving related offenses
  • Theft offenses (Petit theft, Grand theft, Dealing in Stolen Property)
  • Assault, Aggravated Assault, Battery, Aggravated Battery, Battery by Strangulation, Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer, etc.
  • Domestic Violence (Violation of PTR, Battery, Violation of Injunction(s), Stalking, etc.)
  • Weapons offenses (carrying a concealed weapon, carrying a concealed firearm, possession of ammunition/firearm by convicted felon)
  • Burglary and Trespass
  • Robbery
  • Possession of Controlled Substances (Misdemeanor and Felony)
  • Sale, Delivery, Conspiracy and Trafficking of Controlled Substances
  • Sex crimes: solicitation, lewd and lascivious, internet pornography and internet solicitation
  • Scheme(s) to Defraud (including, but not limited to: insurance fraud, forgery of checks, uttering a forgery, false verification of ownership to a pawnbroker, unemployment compensation fraud, public assistance fraud, etc.)
  • Violations of Probation (Felony and/or Misdemeanor)
  • Racketeering (R.I.C.O.)
  • Homicide

Practice Areas: Criminal Law