Richard Earl Hornsby

Richard Earl Hornsby

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http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby is asked by WESH reporter Bob Kealing to discuss the likely success of Jose Baez's attempt to have the prosecution removed from the case.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby is asked by WESH reporter Bob Kealing to discuss what could happen if Casey Anthony is allowed to absent herself from future court proceedings.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby is asked by Fox 35 reporter Shannon Butler to discuss the likely success of Jose Baez's attempt to have the prosecution removed from the case.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby is asked by WESH reporter Bob Kealing about the secrecy surrounding Jose Baez's funding of Casey Anthony's legal team and the impact on a future appeal.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby is asked by WESH reporter Bob Kealing about the secrecy surrounding Jose Baez's funding of Casey Anthony's legal team and the likely impact on a future appeal.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby is asked by WESH reporter Amanda Ober to discuss the errors of Casey Anthony's defense team and how they could create possible appellate issues for the State of Florida.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby is asked by Fox reporter Shannon Butler about unanswered questions on how Casey Anthony is paying for her defense or any financial deals her criminal defense attorney has made.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby is asked by Fox reporter Shannon Butler on whether law enforcement having overlooked the meter reader phone calls to 911 and Crimeline will affect the prosecution's case.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby is asked by Fox reporter Melissa Dipani on how law enforcement having failed to follow up on calls to 911 and Crimeline will affect the Casey Anthony case.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal lawyer Richard Hornsby opined live on Fox News that the State of Florida would not likely reconsider seeking the Death Penalty in the Casey Anthony case just because Caylee Anthony's body was found.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal lawyer Richard Hornsby appeared live on Fox 35 News and was asked to comment on the impact of law enforcement having ignored meter reader Roy Kronk's calls to 911 and crimeline.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby appeared live on Fox 35 News in Orlando and was asked to give his opinion on whether the State of Florida could reconsider the seeking Death Penalty in the Casey Anthony case?
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby was asked by Central Florida News 13 Reporter Melissa Crabtree to give his analysis on the likely defense tactics that Casey Anthony's defense team will pursue.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Defense Attorney Richard Hornsby was asked to give his opinion on how complicated the Casey Anthony case will be and how much it would cost.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby was asked by Central Florida News 13 Reporter Kelli Cook to weigh in on the Indictment handed down by the Orlando Grand Jury against Casey Anthony.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby was asked by ABC-WFTV Reporter Steve Barrett to discuss the likely cost of retaining the experts necessary to defend Ms. Anthony.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby was asked by Fox 35 Reporter Melissa DiPane whether Casey Anthony could be charged with the death of her daughter; even if no body was found.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby was asked by ABC Reporter Mary Nguyen to discuss the impact a fellow criminal lawyer might have on the Casey Anthony case.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby was featured as a guest analyst on Central Florida News 13 and asked by Anchor Ybeth Bruzual to explain the ability of Bondsman Leonard Padilla to revoke Casey Anthony's bond.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby was asked by Fox 35 Reporter Shannon Butler of Orlando, Florida, to discuss a procedural rule that might allow Casey Anthony to avoid manslaughter or murder charges.
http://www.RichardHornsby.com Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby is asked by WESH reporter Bob Kealing to discuss the flurry of defense motions filed by Jose Baez and the effect they will have on the Casey Anthony case.

About Me 

My primary concern is the satisfaction of my client. My ultimate goal is to obtain the best resolution that can be obtained by any attorney. Where one attorney might settle for probation and another attorney might have won at trial or negotiated a dismissal. I would like to think that I always strive to be the latter attorney, not the attorney who settled for the easiest or fastest resolution that could be reached. I believe it is this philosophy that separates me from my peers. - Richard


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The youngest son of the late J. Russell Hornsby, one of Central Florida's most respected trial attorneys, Richard Hornsby was born in Winter Park, and grew up in metropolitan Orlando. As a child, he attended the Park Maitland School, Lake Sybelia Elementary, and University High School, where he graduated from with honors.

 

While in High School, Mr. Hornsby was involved in Student Government and athletics. Mr. Hornsby was a two year letterman in track & Field, a three year letterman in Football, and a four year letterman in Wrestling. Notably, in 1993 Mr. Hornsby was Metro and District Champion in the 189lb wrestling class and was named to the All County wrestling team by the Orlando Sentinel.

 

After graduating with honors from University High School, Mr. Hornsby began college at the University of Florida, where he majored in Political Science and minored in Religion.

 

While at the University of Florida Mr. Hornsby was a member of the 1994 and 1995 SEC championship football teams. Mr. Hornsby hung up his cleats in 1995 and became heavily involved in Student Government and campus politics. Among his student activities, Mr. Hornsby was Student Government Campus Involvement Chairman, Homecoming Assistant Director, Assistant Supervisor of Elections, Student Government Honor Court Defense Counsel, Gator Growl and Homecoming Web Site Developer, and a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Counselor. Mr. Hornsby was also a member of Florida Blue Key, Omicron Delta Kappa, and the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity for whom he served as Vice President. Mr. Hornsby was honored with the University Of Florida President's Outstanding Recognition three times.

 

After graduating cum laude from the University of Florida, Mr. Hornsby began law school at the University of Florida College of Law, Florida's oldest and most prestigious law school. While in law school Mr. Hornsby concentrated his studies on business law and criminal law. Mr. Hornsby received a book award (The Highest Grade) in Trial Practice and was honored with a Pro Bono Certificate in recognition of his volunteer work helping less fortunate families through the Volunteer Income Tax Association.

 

After law school, Mr. Hornsby immediately began working for the Office of the Public Defender in the Ninth Judicial Circuit. As an Assistant Public Defender Mr. Hornsby was promoted from county court to circuit court in only six months, one of the quickest periods of advancement for an assistant public defender in almost a decade. As an Assistant Public Defender Mr. Hornsby was honored by his colleagues and support staff with the Office of the Public Defender Performance Award, which is awarded by secret ballot. Additionally, while working with the Office of the Public Defender, Mr. Hornsby attended the University of Central Florida part time and eventually earned a Masters of Science in Criminal Justice.

 

Mr. Hornsby then joined the law firm of Woolfolk, Jordan, and Associates. As an associate Mr. Hornsby handled numerous personal injury actions, building construction claims, and subrogation suits. During this time Mr. Hornsby was also selected as an Adjunct Professor in Criminal Justice and Legal Studies for Florida Metropolitan University.

 

Two years after working for Woolfolk, Jordan and Associates Mr. Hornsby opened up his own practice, so that he could concentrate on his true passion, which is trial litigation.

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