Expert Attorney W.F. Casey Ebsary, Jr
Every moment in expert attorney W.F. Casey Ebsary, Jr’s life has led up to this point; this chance to help you. Casey dedicates most of his law practice to DUI defense. So you can pay more for your defense but you won’t find anyone who will fight harder. And you can speak to him now call 813.222.2220.
William F. Ebsary, Jr. was born at St. Joseph’s hospital in Tampa. He has always been called Casey. Maybe this is a reference to New York Yankee manager Casey Stengel. Notably like Stengel, Casey Ebsary played catcher on his little league team. Casey attended Gorrie Elementary. Then he went to Wilson Jr High. Finally, Casey went to Jesuit High School. During high school, he worked at St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport. Casey earned his private pilot’s license. He started college at Jackson University where he enjoyed water skiing. Casey received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Florida in Gainesville. He came back to Tampa Bay to receive his law degree at Stetson University College of Law.
Experienced Florida Assistant Prosecutor
Casey learned all about DUI cases as an assistant prosecutor in Hillsborough County’s Drug Court. Casey knows many of the prosecutors and officers. He knows the entire process of prosecuting DUI cases. It starts with receiving police reports and researching. Then there are meetings with witnesses, and preparing the case.
Experienced Florida Defense Attorney
Casey Ebsary worked as an assistant public defender. When defendants cannot afford to hire private defense attorneys they may get a public defender. Casey has been a private defense attorney since 1998. He has represented local clients, out of state clients, underage clients, active military personnel, and veterans. Casey has experience defending DUIs from the arrest through dismissal or trial.
Board Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer
The Florida Supreme Court started board certification to help people find legal specialists. Casey became a lawyer in 1990. After so many criminal cases, Casey’s peers think highly of his legal skills, his professional and personal ethics. Expert attorney W.F. Casey Ebsary, Jr has been Board Certified since 1997. To maintain his certification he must continue to practice law, and continue to educate himself. The Florida Bar says “Certification is The Florida Bar’s highest level of evaluation of the competency and experience of attorneys.”
Legal Analyst on Radio and TV
Casey Ebsary has been on the radio and television to explain high-profile criminal court cases. Also, Casey can explain legal jargon making it easier to understand. He has been interviewed on cable, local NBC-affiliated, and local FOX-affiliated television stations. He has also been on FOX13 during ask-a-lawyer. In this segment, Casey answered legal questions from viewers. Casey has also helped local radio stations over the years.
Distinguished Author and Lecturer
Casey Ebsary started lecturing while he was still a law student. He taught “Research and Writing 1” as part of his Teaching Fellowship at Stetson University College of Law. He also started his notable writing pursuit at that time. Casey became an Editorial Board Member of Stetson Law Review. Stetson Law Review published two of Casey’s articles. He wrote Note, Fourth Amendment Aerial Privacy; Expect the Unexpected, 19 STETSON L. REV. 273 (1989) and Recent Developments in Section 1983, 19 STETSON L. REV. 1065 (1990). As a practicing attorney, Casey has been published 3 times in the HCBA’s Lawyer magazine. He wrote “Paper-less Office or Less-paper Office”, “Secret Messages that are not Secret”, and “Securing a Cable Modem Against Computer Criminals”.
More recently, Casey wrote a book “DUI The People’s Guide To Fighting Like An Expert.” It helps people accused of a DUI navigate through the whole ordeal. He offers it free as a downloadable PDF.
Primary Office in Hillsborough County
Casey loves Tampa Bay. He usually works in Hillsborough County. Casey handles the criminal portion of a DUI at the Twiggs Street Courthouse. He handles the administrative portion of a DUI at the Hillsborough Avenue office of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. Casey also represents clients in Pinellas County and Pasco County. For clients whose legal trouble are further away, Casey has been known to work in a team with other qualified local attorneys.