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What to Know When You Are Arrested for a DUI in Tampa FL

Everyone knows how important having a car is. You rely on it to get you to work, to school, and to the grocery store. Not having a car is simply not an option. Florida, and Tampa in particular, lacks the … Continue reading


Hunter Chamberlin Speaks with Fox 13’s Walter Allen this Month on the Fox 13 Tampa Bay call in program in Tampa FL

Hunter Chamberlin was standing by with Fox 13’s Walter Allen to answer any legal questions that you may have as a part of the Ask-A-Lawyer segment. Hunter and other Fox 13 Tampa Bay lawyers were standing by this month with … Continue reading


Hunter Chamberlin served this month at Fox 13 Ask An Attorney call in program in Tampa FL

Hunter Chamberlin recently volunteered at Fox 13 Ask a Lawyer again this month. Hunter and other Fox 13 lawyers were standing by this month with legal advice. This free program allows Fox 13 viewers to call a lawyer with their legal … Continue reading


Hunter Chamberlin quoted in USA Today Article on “Stealthing”

Attorney Hunter H. Chamberlin was recently quoted in the nationally circulated newspaper USA Today regarding the legal issues pertaining to a disturbing new trend called “Stealthing.” Stealthing is the practice of a man, engaged in consensual sex with a woman, … Continue reading


Hunter Chamberlin Volunteers at Fox 13 “Ask a Lawyer” in Tampa, FL

Hunter Chamberlin recently volunteered at Fox 13 Ask a Lawyer. This free program allows Fox 13 viewers to call a lawyer with their legal questions. Hunter Chamberlin is a defense attorney in Tampa and is known for reminding everyone that if … Continue reading


Chamberlin Law Firm Featured on Centurion Strategies Podcast

Hunter Chamberlin recently had the opportunity to sit down with Michael Bilello of Centurion Strategies. The two discussed the challenges and mistakes one can encounter when starting a new law firm, and how to avoid those issues. Check it out! … Continue reading


Scotus Opinion Further Erodes Whats Left of the Fourth Amendment

In Whren v. U.S., 517 US 806 (1996), the Supreme Court held that a police officer could stop a vehicle for any traffic infraction that officer observed, regardless of how insignificant that infraction was or the actual motivation for stopping … Continue reading


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