Avallone Law P.A.

Avallone Law P.A.

A Recognized Expert Criminal Defense Attorney.

Firm Overview

Larry Avallone is a Florida Bar Board Certified Criminal Trial Expert, a Former State Prosecutor, and a Former Volusia County Deputy Sheriff. Insist on having a Criminal Trial Law Specialist on your side. Larry Avallone knows how the local court system works from the inside. Call today for your free consultation. Areas of Law: Criminal Defense Criminal Law Assault and Battery Bribery Burglary Capital Offenses Civil Forfeiture Crime Victims Compensation Criminal Antitrust Criminal Appeals Criminal Conspiracy Criminal Forfeiture Criminal Fraud Criminal Investigation Criminal Prosecution Death Penalty Drivers License Suspension Driving While Intoxicated DUI/DWI Electronic Surveillance Expungements Extortion Extradition Federal Criminal Law Felonies Forensic Accounting Forensic DNA Forensic Medicine Forensic Science Forgery Grand Jury Practice Habeas Corpus Hit and Run Homicide International Criminal Law International Extradition Mail Fraud Malicious Prosecution Manslaughter Misdemeanors Money Laundering Murder Parole and Probation Post-Conviction Remedies Search and Seizure Sex Crimes Sexual Assault Shoplifting Stalking Theft Traffic Violations Vehicular Homicide Victims Rights Weapons Charges Wire Fraud

Main Office

Main Office
605 South Orange Street

New Smyrna Beach FL 32168


(386) 682-9235


(386) 423-8099


Office Information

Criminal Defense

Criminal Trial Specialist

Facing a criminal charge on your own, or hiring a lawyer who does not have extensive trial experience and a successful track record can be a mistake that can deprive you of your freedom and have lifelong repercussions. If you have been charged with a crime, choosing the right criminal lawyer may be the most important decision you will ever make. In Volusia County, attorney Larry Avallone is a top choice when you are facing a criminal charge. In addition to jail or prison time, a criminal conviction can prevent you from finding suitable employment, obtaining housing, qualifying for financial aid to attend college, holding public office, voting, and owning a firearm.


DUI Trial Specialist

At Avallone Law P.A, our goal is to make you feel less alone throughout the process by working with you on a one-on-one basis. With years of experience defending various cases, and his experience as a former Deputy Sheriff and former Assistant State Attorney ,Board Certified Criminal Trial Attorney Larry Avallone has extensive knowledge of the Florida DUI laws and knows what it takes to overcome the evidence presented against his clients.

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

Attorney Larry Avallone has devoted his entire adult life to Criminal Law. First as a Deputy Sheriff and later as a State Prosecutor and private defense attorney.

What experience or education distinguishes your lawyers from others?

Florida Bar Board Certified Criminal Trial Expert Former State Prosecutor Former Deputy Sheriff

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

Personal attention. Being accused of a crime is a potentially life changing event. Larry Avallone works each case as if it were his life at stake.

Larry Avallone

Avallone Law P.A.

Appalachian School of Law Juris Doctorate 2006
University of Central Florida Master of Science in Criminal Justice 2000
Warner University Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management 1998

Adjunct Instructor
University of Phoenix, 2010 present
Teaches Criminal Justice courses to undergraduate students
Member of the Faculty Council

Daytona State College, 2010 present
Teaches law enforcement officers and recruits in a variety of law enforcement related subjects

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