Attorney Michael S. Brown has almost a decade of experience in criminal law. He attended the University of Florid, earned his Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Warrington College of Business and is a proud Gator. After getting his economics degree, Michael moved to Orlando to attend the Florida A&M College of Law. During law school, he helped at the local legal aid, volunteered at the Public Defender’s Office, and was a Certified Legal Intern with the State Attorney’s Office in Seminole County.
Mike then became a prosecutor for the Ninth Judicial Circuit in Orange County in Orlando, Florida, where he practiced over five years. During his time at that office, he handled thousands of cases from ranging from any misdemeanor including battery, violations of probation cases, theft, DUI, trafficking, drug possession to DUI Manslaughter. Michael was able to craft his skills in motion practice and conducting jury trials.
Mike became a lawyer because he was always driven to help people and has the drive to be in the Courtroom protecting people’s rights. In addition to his legal experience, he enjoys volunteering his time in the community. He has been a member of the Orange County Bar since 2009 and has served on several committees. He is a board member of the Skobel Charitable Foundation and has been a Teen Court Judge and Jury advisor. As a Teen Court Adviser, Michael helps kids who have made a mistake, trains future lawyers, and spends additional time in the Courtroom. He has been recognized by the Orange County Bar and the Florida Supreme Court for his pro bono work. In his spare time, Michael enjoys watching Gator Football, seeing movies, trying new restaurants, and enjoying time with family and friends.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.