The town of Darbyville was established by John Darby, a former Confederate Army member who owned much of the land in Baker County. When another former Confederate, Carr Bowers McClenny, married Darby’s daughter Ada, his industrious nature and philanthropic efforts later led to the community being renamed McClenny. However, that name had to later be changed for Macclenny because of a post office rule against capital letters in the middle of a name.
Today Macclenny sits at the intersection of many major roads in Baker County. U.S. Route 90 intersects with Florida State Road 121 and Florida State Road 228 in the middle of the city while Interstate 10 crosses through the southern limits.MACCLENNY CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER
The highways that run through this part of Baker County often makes it one of the most common locations for people to be arrested for driving under the influence (DUI). Roelke Law, P.A. represents clients who have been arrested for drunk driving or other criminal offenses in Macclenny.
Bill Roelke has more than 25 years of legal experience, and he fights to protect the rights of people facing criminal charges in Northeast Florida. Our Macclenny criminal defense attorney can review your case and help you understand all of your options as soon as you call (904) 354-0333 to take advantage of a free, confidential consultation.
MACCLENNY DRUG CRIMES DEFENSE ATTORNEY
In addition to DUI arrests, Roelke Law, P.A. assists Floridians who have been arrested for any time of drug or narcotics crime in Baker County. Bill Roelke handles a wide variety of these types of cases in the Baker County Courthouse, including:
- Possession of a Controlled Substance
- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
- Possession with Intent to Sell / Distribute
- Drug Manufacturing
- Drug Trafficking
- Prescription Drug Charges
Our firm also provides legal representation for various marijuana crimes in Florida. This includes:
- Possession of Marijuana
- Felony Possession of Marijuana
- Cultivation of Marijuana
- Marijuana Trafficking
In addition to having earned a Juris Doctor with honors from Cleveland State University, Bill Roelke also has a Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences from Hood College. This scientific background combined with his initial legal mentorship under renowned federal district judge Anthony A. Alaimo has developed Bill into a lawyer of near incomparable skill, fully capable of helping alleged offenders receive the most favorable outcomes to their criminal cases.
MACCLENNY LEGAL AND COURT RESOURCES
City Of Macclenny — This is the official website for the city of Macclenny. You can find general information as well as meeting minutes, ordinances, and various forms and publications. You can also learn more about the city council, departments, and parks.
118 E Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny, FL 32063
Baker County Clerk of Courts — The Clerk of the Circuit Court is responsible for recording and handling all minutes and related duties relating to misdemeanors, small claims, and traffic cases for the Baker County Court. You can find public records, court dockets, and information on foreclosure and tax deed auctions on this website. There are also printable forms and answers to frequently asked questions.
339 East Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny, FL 32063
Office of the City Attorney — This website contains information about the duties and powers of the official attorney for the city of Macclenny. This office serves the City Council and City Manager (see Macclenny Charter § 4.4. There is also contact information.
ROELKE LAW, P.A. | MACCLENNY CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER
Bill Roelke aggressively defends clients throughout Baker County. If you have been arrested for DUI, domestic violence, possession of a controlled substance, or any other criminal offense in Macclenny, do not delay in seeking legal representation. Roelke Law, P.A. will fight to get your criminal charges reduced or completely dismissed. Let our Macclenny criminal defense attorney review your case by calling (904) 354-0333 to schedule a free consultation.