Christopher Blaisdell

Christopher Blaisdell's practice areas include criminal defense, family law, probate, and wills and estates. He is also experienced in criminal post-trial and appellate work. Chris is a seasoned litigator who has been active as a trial attorney for over fourteen years.

After graduating law school, Chris went to work for the Office of the State Attorney for Florida’s Eighteenth Judicial Circuit where he served with distinction for over six years as an assistant state attorney, and where he ultimately came to specialize in prosecuting felony sex offenses. Chris has also worked as an assistant public defender for Florida’s Fourth and Fifth Judicial Circuits, and has practiced criminal and civil litigation in multiple jurisdictions throughout the state of Florida. Chris has been with the Law Office of Grant and Dozier since 2015.

Chris grew up the son of a career Air Force officer and as a child lived all over the United States due to the frequent reassignments that come with a military career. This exposed him to a wide variety of people and circumstances from a very young age. He graduated from high school in Montgomery, Alabama in 1994 after spending the majority of his high school years in Limestone, Maine.

After high school, Chris attended college at Tulane University in New Orleans, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Paul Tulane College in 1998. He then went on to earn his Juris Doctor degree from the Tulane University School of Law. His time in New Orleans gave him a deep and abiding love of American roots music and live music in general.

Chris loves animals and the outdoors and takes an active interest in combating animal cruelty and neglect and in the preservation of wildlife and wild habitats. This interest has crossed over into his professional life where he has gained a thorough knowledge of Florida’s laws concerning animal abuse and the enforcement of pet owner’s property rights.

Christopher Blaisdell's practice areas include criminal defense, family law, probate, and wills and estates. He is also experienced in criminal post-trial and appellate work. Chris is a seasoned litigator who has been active as a trial attorney for over fourteen years.

After graduating law school, Chris went to work for the Office of the State Attorney for Florida’s Eighteenth Judicial Circuit where he served with distinction for over six years as an assistant state attorney, and where he ultimately came to specialize in prosecuting felony sex offenses. Chris has also worked as an assistant public defender for Florida’s Fourth and Fifth Judicial Circuits, and has practiced criminal and civil litigation in multiple jurisdictions throughout the state of Florida. Chris has been with the Law Office of Grant and Dozier since 2015.

Chris grew up the son of a career Air Force officer and as a child lived all over the United States due to the frequent reassignments that come with a military career. This exposed him to a wide variety of people and circumstances from a very young age. He graduated from high school in Montgomery, Alabama in 1994 after spending the majority of his high school years in Limestone, Maine.

After high school, Chris attended college at Tulane University in New Orleans, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Paul Tulane College in 1998. He then went on to earn his Juris Doctor degree from the Tulane University School of Law. His time in New Orleans gave him a deep and abiding love of American roots music and live music in general.

Chris loves animals and the outdoors and takes an active interest in combating animal cruelty and neglect and in the preservation of wildlife and wild habitats. This interest has crossed over into his professional life where he has gained a thorough knowledge of Florida’s laws concerning animal abuse and the enforcement of pet owner’s property rights.

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