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Broken Oath: The trail of drugs, guns, and sex that led to a former public defender's downfall

ACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A federal weapons investigation into a complicated web of crime involving drugs, guns, and sex represents a broken oath by someone sworn to protect it, according to court records.

Tomislav David Golik, a former criminal defense attorney and Duval County public defender, pleaded guilty in December 2015 to federal weapons charges.  Court records obtained by First Coast News, say Golik traded his personal firearms to convicted felons in exchange for cocaine.

According to court records, a sex trafficker, Shaquana Brookins, hired Golik to represent women she was selling for sex who were arrested. His payment? Cocaine.

“Drug dealing is a dangerous business, especially in Jacksonville. After their interactions with Mr. Golik, they were armed,” said Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearm and Explosives agent Mark Mutz. “These firearms range from the small-caliber pistol to shotguns and into several different types of rifles.“

Golik was a licensed firearm dealer and authorized to possess national firearm automatic weapons. According to court records, Golik describes himself as having a drug problem. Getting high cost him more than just what was in his wallet.

“Mr. Golik is an individual who had a severe drug problem and would trade these firearms to support his drug habit and he would later retrieve the firearms on his own,” Mutz said.



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