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According To The Florida Bar, Board Certified Criminal Trial Lawyers Are Specialists.

Compare Tampa criminal defense attorneys in the chart below:

Florida Attorney’s Name Is This Attorney Florida Bar Board Certified in Criminal Trial Law?
W. F. Casey Ebsary, Jr.Board Certified Criminal
Trial Lawyer
Board Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer
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This information is current as of December 12, 2015. Please check here to see if any of the Criminal Defense Lawyers in this list have since become Board Certified Criminal Trial Lawyers.

Criminal Trial Lawyer Certification by the Numbers

 

  • 5 years of the Actual Practice of Law
  • 25 Criminal Trials
  • 4 Lawyers Peer review
  • 2 Judges Peer review
  • 45 Hours Additional Training
  • 50 Question Examination followed by
  • 5 Essay Questions on Exam
  • 12 Members Criminal Law Certification Committee review Applicants
  • 1 Criminal Trial Court Memorandum
  • 30 Percent of Legal Practice Involves Criminal Trials

Topics are covered on the Criminal Law Examination Include:

 

  • Rules of criminal procedure;
  • Rules of evidence;
  • Grand jury, immunity, and investigations;
  • Pretrial motion practice and discovery;
  • Statutes which define crimes;
  • Sentencing ;
  • Statutes of limitations;
  • Probation violations;
  • Trial situations;
  • Postconviction,
  • Federal habeas,
  • Appellate practice;
  • Ethics;
  • Search and seizure;
  • Fifth Amendment issues;
  • Sixth Amendment issues;
  • Jury selection;
  • Examination and confrontation of witnesses;
  • Attorney-Client privilege.

“While all lawyers are allowed to advertise, only certified attorneys are allowed to identify themselves as “Florida Bar Board Certified” or as a “specialist.” Certification is the highest level of recognition by The Florida Bar of the competency and experience of attorneys in the areas of law approved for certification by the Supreme Court of Florida.”

Compare Tampa Criminal Defense Attorneys Sources:

 

http://www.floridabar.org/DIVCOM/PI/CertSect.nsf/CertificationPamphlets/Criminal+Trial
Rule Reg Fla Bar 6-8.3 (Criminal Trial Law: Minimum Standards)
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Criminal Defense for University of South Florida Students and Faculty


Tampa Attorney Casey Ebsary is available to help with Criminal Defense for University of South Florida Students and Faculty. At USF there is  Student Code of Conduct that the University officials attempt to enforce, even for activities that are not on campus. There are 23 separate offenses that can cause the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities to take action against a Student.  Criminal Defense Help is available to prepare for these disciplinary proceedings. In fact, I just spent a day helping a student. Initially, one University does not allow counsel to appear, but we still can help prepare a strategy. The deadlines to respond to these proceedings are tight. The criminal charges that cause the University to take action may not even have been filed. The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities enforces, “USF System rules, policies and regulations.” Notably, ” Students accused of a crime may be prosecuted under the appropriate jurisdiction and also disciplined under the Student Code of Conduct.”

USF Student Code of Conduct

Discipline for Off Campus Activity

“USF System jurisdiction and discipline extends to conduct which occurs on USF System premises or which adversely affects the USF System community and/or the pursuit of its mission. Specifically, USF System officials may initiate disciplinary charges for conduct off campus when the behavior relates to the good name of the USF System; the integrity of the educational process; or the safety and welfare of the USF System community, either in its public personality or in respect to individuals within it; or violates state or federal law.”

Criminal Defense for University of South Florida Students and Faculty



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Discipline For Non Arrest Events

“USF System disciplinary proceedings may be instituted against a student charged with conduct that potentially violates both the criminal law and the Student Code of Conduct without regard to the pending civil or criminal litigation in court or criminal arrest and prosecution. Proceedings under the Student Code of Conduct may be carried out prior to, simultaneously with, or following civil or criminal proceedings off campus at the discretion of the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities. Determinations made or sanction(s) imposed as a result of the Student Code of Conduct process shall not be subject to change because criminal charges arising out of the same facts giving rise to violation(s) of USF System policies were dismissed, reduced, or resolved in favor of or against the criminal law defendant.” 

Student Help Needed? Call Casey at 813-222-2220

Law Office of W.F. ”Casey” Ebsary, Jr. 

1101 Channelside Drive, Tampa, FL 33602

(813) 222-2220   (877) 793-9290 centrallaw.com


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