Meet Attorney William B. Wynne
Tampa Criminal Attorney William B. Wynne grew up in Frederick, Maryland near Washington D.C. After graduating from Frederick High school, he moved to Florida and attended Valencia Community College and The University of Central Florida, earning an Associate’s Degree in general studies, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business, and later a Masters Degree in Business Administration (M.B.A.). Before earning a law degree from The Dwayne Andreas School of Law, in Orlando, Florida, Mr. Wynne worked with juveniles in a drug and alcohol treatment facility, as well as held various positions in the real estate sector.
While attending law school, Mr. Wynne completed two internships with the Orange County Public Defender’s Office, and earned two academic scholarships. After law school, Mr. Wynne clerked at the Law Office of Joseph J. Mancuso where he researched and assisted in foreclosure defense litigation, bankruptcy, and social security disability claims. Shortly after being sworn into the Florida Bar, he took a position as an Assistant Public Defender in Fort Myers, Florida where he conducted jury trials, and fully participated in criminal litigation.
Mr. Wynne currently resides in Tampa, where he runs his own criminal practice. He has handled thousands of criminal cases. Consequently, he understands the gravity of criminal accusations, and the importance of competent and effective legal counsel.
Barry University School of Law: Juris Doctor
Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity Member
University of Central Florida: MBA
Delta Epsilon Iota Honors Society Member
The Florida Bar: Member in good standing
Criminal Law Section
The Hillsborough County Bar Association
Criminal Panel Referral Member
Young Lawyers Section
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