Editor's Note: The following information was provided by the Davis campaign.
Judge Brian Davis has 18 years of public serviceas a member of the 4th Judicial Circuit Court bench. He has presided over 625 trials.
He is a former prosecuting attorney under State Attorney Ed Austin, in 1991 he named the first African American chief assistant state attorney in Florida by State Attorney Harry Shorstein.
Davis was an honors graduate of Duval County Schools; Judge Davis received B.A. degree from Princeton University, and his law degree from University of Florida where he was member of Law Review.
An Eagle Scout, Judge Davis has been an active member and volunteer of numerous community organizations and boards, including: Jacksonville Community Council, Inc., Hubbard House, American Cancer Society, National Conference for Community and Justice, Pace Center for Girls, Jaguars Foundation Community Advisory Board, Community Foundation Quality Education Forum, Jacksonville Public Education Fund.
Davis and his wife Tanya have been married for 35 years. They have two children and four grandchildren.