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Elliott Albert Wilcox

Practice areas:

DUI & DWI, Criminal Defense

Practice Areas

Licensed since 1997

  1. DUI & DWI: 99%
    18 years, 1 thousand cases
  2. Criminal Defense: 1%

Payment

Fees:

Fixed (Always)

Payment Types:

Cash, Check, Credit Card

Attorney Endorsements

5 total 

  • Mustafa Mohammed Ameen

    Elliott is extremely knowledgeable and skilled attorney. I endorse him.

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    Mustafa Ameen Criminal Defense Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

  • Jackson Keith Hilliard

    I endorse Elliot. Talk with Elliott for five minutes and you realize that he knows what he is talking about. He really spends a lot of time studying, analyzing and thinking about the law. He is an excellent attorney.

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    Jackson Hilliard DUI & DWI Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

Contact Info

The Wilcox Law Firm

800 West Platt Street
Suite 6
Tampa, FL, 33606

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License

StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
FLMember in Good Standing199708/12/2015

Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

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Awards

Award NameGrantorDate Granted
AV Preeminent®Martindale-Hubbell2013
Best of the BarOrlando Business Journal2004
Distinguished Faculty AwardFlorida Prosecuting Attorneys Association2003

Work Experience

TitleCompany NameDuration
AttorneyThe Wilcox Law Firm, P.L.2010 - Present
Traffic Safety Resource ProsecutorFlorida Traffic Resource Safety Prosecutor2008 - 2009
Adjunct Professor of Trial AdvocacyBarry University School of Law2005 - Present
Assistant State AttorneyOffice of the State Attorney, 9th Judicial Circuit2001 - 2008
Assistant State AttorneyOffice of the State Attorney, 15th Judicial Circuit1997 - 2001

Associations

Association NamePosition NameDuration
DUI Defense Lawyers AssociationFounding Member2014 - Present
National College for DUI DefenseN/A2012 - Present
Orange County Bar AssociationN/A2001 - Present

Publications

Publication NameTitleDate
New York State Bar Association JournalThe Power of the Pause2010
The Higher StandardDon't Skip This Essential Pre-Trial Step2010
Orange County Bar Association BriefsSources for Stories2010
Orange County Bar Association BriefsReading to Your Audience2010
Orange County Bar Association BriefsCover Letter Lessons2010
Orange County Bar Association BriefsDo You Look Like You're Lying?2010
New York State Bar Association JournalHandling Questions and Answers2010
New York State Bar Association JournalIt's Not About You2010
The Higher StandardMonkeys in Business Suits2009
Orange County Bar Association BriefsThe Propert Use of Notes2009
Orange County Bar Association BriefsResponding to Difficult Questions2009
Orange County Bar Association BriefsGrabbing the Attention of a Talkative Audience2009
Orange County Bar Association BriefsHow to Testify2009
Orange County Bar Association BriefsPresenting to the Appellate Court2009
Orange County Bar Association BriefsAre Jurors Ignoring Your Exhibits?2009
Orange County Bar Association BriefsProblem, Cause, Solution!2009
Orange County Bar Association BriefsWho Are You Trying to Persuade?2009
Orange County Bar Association BriefsQuick and Easy Trial Graphics2009
Orange County Bar Association BriefsHow to Ruin Your Presentation2009
New York State Bar Association JournalConquer Your Fear of Public Speaking2009
New York State Bar Association JournalPresentation Lessons from 35000 Feet2009
New York State Bar Association JournalThe Present Tense: Make it Happen RIGHT NOW!2008
Perspective - Publication of the New York State Bar Young Lawyers SectionYou Can Object... But Should You?2008
The Higher StandardFour Courtroom Lessons I Learned on a Surfboard2008
The Higher StandardThe Stephen Colbert Method of Cross-Examination2008
The Higher StandardThe Larry King Style of Direct Examination2008
Orange County Bar Association BriefsEliminating Verbal Filler2008
Orange County Bar Association BriefsMake it Easy to Remember2008
Orange County Bar Association BriefsPunch a Juror in the Mouth2008
Orange County Bar Association BriefsChoose Your Words Carefully2008
Orange County Bar Association BriefsThe Most Dangerous Word in Your Vocabulary2008
Orange County Bar Association BriefsThe Rules of Repetition2008
Orange County Bar Association BriefsSpeak to an Audience of One2008
Orange County Bar Association Briefs... And Your Little Dog, Too!2008
Orange County Bar Association BriefsTrust Me... I'm a Lawyer!2008
Trial (American Association for Justice)Sifting the Issues with Stipulations2008
New York State Bar Association JournalHelp Your Jurors Hear Your Message2008
New York State Bar Association JournalOrganizing Your Presentation2008
New York State Bar Association JournalSpeaking "Off the Cuff"2007
New York State Bar Association JournalStart with the End in Mind2007
New York State Bar Association JournalThe Power of Eye Contact2007
New York State Bar Association JournalThe Rule of Three2007
Perspective - Publication of the New York State Bar Young Lawyers SectionUsing Vocal Emphasis to Bring Your Message to Life2007
Perspective - Publication of the New York State Bar Young Lawyers SectionThe Danger of "Self-Authenticating" Documents2007
DUI Network NewsDealing With Jerks2007
Orange County Bar Association BriefsLandmarks2007
Orange County Bar Association BriefsBuzzwords, Jargon, and Slang... Oh My!2007
Orange County Bar Association BriefsDon't Tell Them *Everything* You Know2007
Orange County Bar Association BriefsListen to Your Witness2007
Orange County Bar Association BriefsPicking a Title for Your Presentation2007
Orange County Bar Association BriefsPurple Elephants2007
Orange County Bar Association BriefsHow to Speak with a Microphone2007
Orange County Bar Association BriefsGrab Their Attention2007
Florida Bar NewsWhat to Do When Your Witness Doesn't Speak English2007
Florida Justice Association JournalHow to Create a Winning Record2007
New York State Bar Association JournalAdding PowerPoint to Presentations2007
Alabama ProsecutorHow to Ask a Leading Question2006
Perspective - Publication of the New York State Bar Young Lawyers SectionBe the Guide They Can Trust2006
Orange County Bar Association BriefsInvolving Your Audience2006
Orange County Bar Association BriefsOrganizing Your Presentation2006
Orange County Bar Association BriefsRefinancing Your $100,000 Vocabulary2006
Orange County Bar Association Briefs...And Carry a Big Stick2006
Orange County Bar Association BriefsEverything That Goes Wrong is Your Fault2006
Orange County Bar Association BriefsMake Each Second Count2006
Orange County Bar Association BriefsWorking with Interpreters2006
Orange County Bar Association BriefsEmphasizing the Proper Word2006
The ToastmasterEvaluating the Champion Speaker2005
The ToastmasterEvaluating the Novice Speaker2005
Orange County Bar Association BriefsThe Importance of Time2005
Orange County Bar Association BriefsTell a Story, Make a Point2005
Orange County Bar Association BriefsThe Present Tense2005
Orange County Bar Association BriefsCan You Hear Me Now?2005
New York State Bar Association JournalIntroductions2005
New York State Bar Association JournalPowerful Openings2005
Orange County Bar Association BriefsIt's Not About You2004
Orange County Bar Association BriefsConquering Your Fear of Public Speaking2004
Orange County Bar Association BriefsStart with the End in Mind2004
Orange County Bar Association BriefsPowerful Openings2004
Orange County Bar Association BriefsThe Power of the Pause2004
Orange County Bar BriefsProfessionalism Outside the Courtroom2002

Education

School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Florida, College of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1997
University of Florida, College of BusinessBusiness ManagementBS - Bachelor of Science1994

Speaking Engagements

Conference NameTitleDate
Office TrainingGetting Jurors to Talk - The Secret to Successful Jury Selection2014
Office TrainingDirect Examination: Helping Your Witness Tell the Winning Story2014
Criminal Law Society MeetingBasics of DUI Defense2014
Tampa Inns of CourtTelling the Winning Story in Opening Statement2013
Office Training ProgramTelling Winning Stories in Opening Statement2013
DUI: Fact or Fiction?DUI: Attacking and Defending Blood Tests2013
DUI: Fact or Fiction?DUI: Dismantling the Drug Recognition Evaluator2013
Barry School of LawBasics of Cross Examination2013
Training SeminarTelling the Winning Story in Opening Statement2012
FAMU Prosecution Clinic ProgramPresentation Techniques for Law Students2012
FAMU Prosecution ClinicDirect Examination Tips for Prosecutors2012
FAMU College of LawPresentation Skills for Lawyers2012
Department of Revenue Statewide Training SessionCourtroom Testimony2012
Barry School of LawCross Examination for Law Students2012
WorkshopSucceeding in Trial with Direct Examination2011
FAMU College of Law WorkshopDirect Examination Tips for Law Students2011
American Association for Justice - Barry College of LawTrial Lawyer Tips for Law Students2011
WorkshopDirect Examination Tips2010
Annual ConferenceGetting Witnesses to Tell the Winning Story2010
Annual ConferenceTelling the Story in Opening Statement2010
Workshop10 Tips for Winning DUI Cases2009
WorkshopThe Winning Trial2009
WorkshopDUI Training for Police Officers2009
WorkshopWinning Direct Examination2009
WorkshopPresenting the Winning Opening Statement2009
WorkshopDUI Issues2009
WorkshopDirect Examination Techniques and Strategies2009
WorkshopOpening Statement Techniques and Strategies2009
WorkshopCurrent Issues in DUI2009
WorkshopHow to Write Reports That Win Cases2009
Trial Advocacy SchoolThe Winning Story - Opening Statement2009
Trial Advocacy SchoolEthics of Plea Negotiations2009
Trial Advocacy SchoolBeyond "What Happened Next?" - Direct Examination2009
Trial Advocacy SchoolWinning Your Case in Opening Statement2009
TrainingReport Writing2009
Prosecuting the Drugged DriverExamination of the Drug Recognition Expert2009
Community MeetingTraining for Officers2009
CLETelling the Winning Story in Opening Statement2009
Barry University School of Law PresentationWinning in Trial (and Life!)2009
Advanced DUI SchoolExpert Witnesses2009
Advanced DUI SchoolGetting the Most Out of Your Expert Witnesses2009
Advanced DUI SchoolThe Visual Trial2009
Prosecution 101Violation of Probation Hearings2007
Prosecution 101Show Me the Money! - Restitution Hearings2007
Prosecution 101Restitution Hearings and Violations of Probation2006
CLESuccessfully Handling Restitution Hearings2006
Trial Advocacy IDirect Examination Techniques2005
Prosecution 101VOP and Restitution Hearings2005
Domestic Violence ProsecutionCross Examination2005
Trial Advocacy IDirect Examination2004
Trial Advocacy IDirect Examination2003
Prosecution 101Restitution Hearings2003
Prosecution 101Violation of Probation Hearings2003
DUI Trial Advocacy SchoolBeyond "What Happened Next?" - Direct Examination2003
Prosecution 101Violation of Probation Hearings2002
Prosecution 101How to Successfully Navigate Restitution Hearings2002
DUI Trial Advocacy SchoolDirect Examination of the Arresting Officer2002
DUI Trial Advocacy SchoolDirect Examination of the Intoxilyzer Inspector2001
DUI Trial Advocacy SchoolDirect Examination of the Intoxilyzer Operator2001