Board Certified Specialist - Criminal Trial Lawyer
E.J. Hubbs is a criminal defense attorney in Miami, FL, focused on defending men and women charged with criminal offenses in state and federal court. E.J. Hubs graduated from the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law in Memphis, TN, in 2008. He started his career as an Assistant Public Defender where he aggressively defended indigent clients that were accused of crimes.
After moving to Florida in 2010, E.J. Hubbs worked at the State Attorney's Office as a prosecutor for almost five years. During this time, he prosecuted over 10,000 crimes including: Traffic Offenses, DUI, Battery, Assault, Domestic Violence, Resisting Arrest, Drug Possession, Drug Trafficking, Theft, Burglary, Robbery, Dealing in Stolen Property, Weapons and Firearms Offenses, Trespass, Prostitution, Probation Violations, and more.
Working as both an assistant public defender and assistant state attorney has helped E.J. Hubbs gain valuable trial experience. He has tried over 100 non-jury trials and over 50 jury trials to verdict. E.J.'s valuable experience in the courtroom can benefit you directly by giving you the best opportunity to get a successful outcome on your case.
E.J. Hubbs is board certified in criminal trial law by the Florida Bar which is an honor only held by less than 1% of all attorneys in Florida. He is licensed to practice law in state court in Florida and Tennessee. He is also licensed in federal court for the United States District Court in the Southern District of Florida and the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.
He has been selected by the National Trial Lawyer's to the Top 40 Under 40 club for exemplifying "superior qualifications, trial results, and leadership as a young lawyer under the age of 40."
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