About

Hunter H. Chamberlin Defense Attorney Tampa

Hunter H. Chamberlin, Esq. is a member of The Florida Bar and is admitted to practice before the United States District Court for Northern, Middle and Southern Districts, as well as the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. He received his B.A. from Hamilton College in Clinton, New York, and his J.D. from the University of Miami School of law, where he graduated cum laude, and also served on the Business Law Review.

He was admitted into the Florida Bar in 2001, and began his career as an associate at Steel Hector & Davis (now part of Squire Sanders), a global law firm with offices in over 20 countries. There, he worked as a legislative consultant for business and industry. From Steel Hector, Mr. Chamberlin joined the Miami-Dade State Attorneys’ Office, where he spent four years as a prosecutor developing and honing his trial skills. He has tried over 100 bench trials and approximately 30 jury trials for offenses ranging from petit theft and DUI to armed narcotics trafficking, armed home invasion, homicide, and armed robbery, including many cases with multiple co-defendants.

During his last year at the State Attorneys’ Office, Mr. Chamberlin was selected by his supervisors to serve in the specialized Career Criminal and Robbery unit where he handled cases involving repeat violent offenders. After Mr. Chamberlin left the State Attorneys’ Office, he formed Chamberlin Crowe, PA where he applied the skills he learned as a prosecutor to practice in the field of criminal defense, handling everything from simple traffic infractions to serious felony offenses.

If you know someone who is facing criminal charges, contact Hunter today for a free consultation at 813-839-1300 or via email at hunter@chamberlinlawfirm.com.

Email: hunter@chamberlinlawfirm.com

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3 months ago

Chamberlin Law Firm

I represented a client who was arrested for 1) Attempted Second Degree Murder; and 2) Aggravated Battery with a deadly weapon (knife).

My client, a female, stabbed a man several times. That man has a history of domestic violence. He has been arrested several times for beating up my client, including twice while she was pregnant with his child.

On the incident for which I represented her, he was again beating her up, punching her in the face several times while they were in her car. She was able to escape, but her children were still in the car with him. So she went back, and he attempted to beat her up again. She took decisive action to protect herself and her children. Unfortunately, that action resulted in her being arrested for the above-referenced charges.

After working with the State Attorneys' Office for several months, I received word moments ago that the State Attorneys' Office is declining to prosecute my client and closing the case.

A welcome relief to a long and stressful situation.

(Posted with the permission of my client.)
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