Bonds And Bail Bondsmen
Hal G. Uhrig, Esq.
Mr. Uhrig graduated from the University of Florida College of Law in 1974. Before that he had spent over 6 years with the Gainesville Police Department, where he was a Sergeant at the time of graduation from law school. Since that time he has served as the Police Legal Advisor for the Gainesville Police Department; as General Counsel and Legal Advisor to the Orange County Sheriffs Department (4 years); as Police Legal Advisor to 10 Central Florida law enforcement agencies; as President of the Florida Association of Police Attorneys; As Vice President of the Central Florida Criminal Justice Council; as an Assistant State Attorney for both the 8th and 9th Judicial Circuits; as Assistant Attorney General for the State of Florida in the RICO and Organized Crime section of the Attorney Generals Office; as an Assistant Public Defender for 3 years, trying hundreds of criminal cases; as an Associate Professor in the Masters Level Program in Criminal Justice at Rollins College; as an instructor in Criminal and Constitutional Law at Columbia College, as a Police Standards Instructor at four separate accredited Regional Police Academies and as a private criminal defense trial at torney.Mr. Uhrig was the lead defense attorney in the nations first four DNA evidence trials and has appeared on the Today Show as well as numerous radio programs over the years. As a result of various high profile cases, Mr. Uhrig has appeared in New York on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, and shows including Scott Pelly, Piers Morgan, Sean Hannity, Charlie Rose, Ashleigh Banfield, Anderson Cooper, Anne Curry, Gail King and others .Mr. Uhrig has for the past few years been a key Legal Analyst and commentator for FOX 35 News, the Central Florida affilliate of the FOX News organization. He has over 42 years of legal experience.
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