David A. Baker, P.A.Call (321) 631-8487 or e-mail at email@example.com
David A. Baker has spent over 15 years serving the community as a law enforcement officer and retired with Cocoa Police Department. He has served as a police officer, SWAT officer, detective investigating major cases including homicides and sex crimes, and a supervisor (Sergeant). In all three positions, he prepared cases for prosecution for the State Attorney's Office. He has conducted hundreds of interviews with suspects, victims, and witnesses, and he has testified countless times in court. As an officer he has been awarded the Medal of Valor, the Administrative Excellence Award, the Wound Bar, and multiple Unit Citations.
David A. Baker served in the United States Army for ten years and the Florida Army National Guard for ten years. He retired as a First Sergeant. He also served in Afghanistan for one year where he was the senior non-commissioned officer in charge of Force Protection for Combined Forces Command (Kabul) and Kandahar Airfield. Among his awards, he has received the Army Commendation Medal, Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year, and Humanitarian Service Medal.
Rachel Hughes, Esquire, Associate
Rachel Hughes began her legal career in a firm in her hometown of Kings Mountain, North Carolina prior to relocating to Brevard County in 2012. She is a member of the Florida Bar and North Carolina State Bar.
Rachel is a 2010 graduate of the West Virginia University College of Law, located in Morgantown, West Virginia. As a law student, Rachel served as Treasurer of Next Generation West Virginia from April 2008 until graduation in May 2010. During the summers of 2008 and 2009, Rachel clerked for local Morgantown, West Virginia firms, and interned for EQT Corporation respectively.
In 2007, Rachel graduated with distinction from the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. During the 2006 fall semester, Rachel participated in an international exchange program studying various business courses at Università Bocconi in Milan, Italy. She enjoyed the opportunity to immerse herself within a new culture while expanding her studies and traveling throughout Europe with other business students. While a student at UNC Chapel Hill, Rachel served as Treasurer of Carolina Troop Supporters from January 2005 until graduation. She was also a Professional Division Member of the Future Business Leaders of America throughout her entire undergraduate career. Rachel worked as a House of Representatives intern in the North Carolina General Assembly during the summers of 2004, 2005, and 2006.
In her spare time, Rachel enjoys spending time with her husband, Chad, family and friends, partaking in various outdoor activities and sports, and supporting the UNC Tar Heels and WVU Mountaineers.
Anthony Fisichella, Jr., Esquire, Of Counsel firstname.lastname@example.org
After his selection for promotion to Major, Anthony instead chose to revive a childhood dream. He retired from military service in 2004 and shortly thereafter was accepted to Barry University School of Law in Orlando. Anthony graduated in the top 10% of his class, garnering Cum Laude honors and counting among his other accomplishments, top honors in Trial Advocacy.
Despite the rigors of a legal education and raising a family of six, Anthony augmented his academic training and got his legal education where it really counts, working full time as a legal secretary in small law firm in Cocoa Village. This ‘nuts and bolts’ experience gave him an uncanny perception of what it takes to properly and zealously represent clients in the often confusing and overwhelming world of transactional law and litigation.
Anthony came to the practice of law from a broad core of experience that has left him uniquely equipped to recognize and handle a wide variety of legal challenges. After enlisting in the Air Force he acquired an Associate’s Degree in Electronic Systems Technology, giving him the vocabulary and experience to delve into highly technical areas. Anthony served for ten years as a Sergeant and precision electronics technician while simultaneously setting himself to completing a bachelor’s degree.
Anthony honed his acute analytical skills at the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs in pursuit of a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy. He graduated with honors and immediately applied for a commission in the U. S. Air Force.
Anthony was selected to Officers’ Training School and again distinguished himself, graduating with honors and finding himself in Brevard County for the first time as a staff officer assigned to Patrick AFB, where he spent three years in service of our nation’s space launch mission in a variety of staff positions.
After a brief sojourn to the command staff at Air Force Space Command in Colorado Springs, Anthony returned to Brevard to finish his Air Force Career. Anthony’s core of experience also includes a significant period of residential Home Building in Brevard County which left him well prepared for construction law issues.
As Of Counsel for the Law Office of David A, Baker, P.A., Anthony continues to serve the people of our community as we navigate the daunting rigors of our judicial system.