Tauna R. Bogle, ESQ.
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Tauna R. Bogle is Board Certified by the Florida Bar in Criminal Trial.
She served as a assistant State Attorney for the Sixth Judicial Circuit
in Pinellas county Florida from 2001-2006. As a prosecutor, she handled
every aspect of Misdemeanor and Felony cases from the initial investigation
and interviewing of witnesses to the verdict of a jury at trial. Tauna
was a member of the DUI Manslaughter/Traffic Homicide Team, a Child Abuse
prosecutor, and a Lead Trial Attorney for a Misdemeanor division. Tauna
also prosecuted local ordinance violations, presented cases for indictment
to the Grand Jury and tried both jury and non-jury trials. Tauna has tried
over 50 jury trials to verdict. She has experience in numerous types of
cases, including: Aggravated Assault, Attempted Murder, Burglary, Battery,
Child Sexual Battery, Domestic Battery, Drug Possession, Driving Under
the Influence (DUI), Firearms charges, Kidnapping, Lewd & Lascivious
Molestation, Prostitution, Resisting Arrest, Sexual Battery, Trafficking,
Theft, Unlicensed Contracting, Unlawful Distribution, and Dental Malpractice.
Tauna has also researched and argued numerous Motions to the Court.
Tauna left the State Attorney's office to gain experience in Civil
and Family Law. She worked as an associate at the Solomon Tropp Law Group
in Tampa, Florida prior to opening her own practice.
Tauna graduated from the Law School ranked #1 in the United States for
Trial Advocacy (Stetson University College of Law).
Tauna was a member of Stetson's successful Trial Team, winning an opening
statement competition, a regional trial competition, and placing second
in both state and regional trial competitions. Tauna graduated from Law
School with honors and was a member of the Phi Delta Phi honors fraternity.
Through her coursework, she also obtained a specialty Certificate in Advocacy.
She was a teaching assistant to Judge David A. Demers in his Trial Advocacy
course. Tauna received the highest grade in the course of Evidence and
tutored other students in Evidence. She received an award from the International
Academy of Trial Lawyers and was selected a member of Who's Who Among
American Law Students. Tauna also assisted new students with law school
Before entering law school, Tauna worked as a Law Office Manager and Certified
Legal Assistant in Texas.
Tauna R. Bogle is a Specialist in Criminal Trial - certified by the Florida
Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education.
In order to become Board Certified in an area of law, an attorney must
be an active member in good standing of the Florida bar, have practiced
law for a minimum of 5 years, have completed 45 hours of continuing legal
education within the 3 years prior to applying for board certification,
have substantial experience in the specialty area, be favorably evaluated
by judges and other lawyers as to ability and experience in the specialty
field, pass a written examination demonstrating knowledge, skills and
proficiency in the specialty field to justify the representation of special
competence. The lawyer must also exhibit character, ethics and professionalism.
Board certification requires high standards, continuing legal education
and professionalism in the practice of law.
||Stetson University, J.D.
||The Florida Bar.
||(Board Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer, Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization