ABOUT ME

A native of Tallahassee, Florida Jason D. Winn is an attorney in private practice with focus in criminal, governmental, and administrative law. He graduated from the University of Maryland in 1996 where he earned a B.A. in Political Science. He later went on to earn a law degree from Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center in December of 2000.

 

His work experience began during College on Capital Hill where he served as an intern and legislative assistant for Senator Bob Graham and others. He later moved on to work with Senator Bob Dole on his 1996 presidential campaign.

 

After law school and being admitted to the Florida Bar, Jason gained extensive trial work as an Assistant Public Defender in the Central Florida area. He spent more than three years representing defendants in Juvenile, Misdemeanor, and Felony Court. While working as an assistant public defender Jason conducted over 15 jury trials, numerous non-jury trials, and many hearings including, Violations of Probation, restitution, and early termination motions. During his time in central Florida, Jason also taught as an adjunct professor at Lake Sumter Community College teaching Business Law.

 

After his return to Tallahassee in 2004, Jason worked for the law office of Clyde M. Taylor, Jr. focusing on both state and federal criminal defense and parole violation hearings.

Eventually Jason opened his own practice in 2006, continuing to focus his practice in criminal, administrative and governmental law and has since expanded his services to include representing statewide associations and counseling their respective members on the Laws and Rules related to their license.

 

Over the past 5 years Jason has continued his trial practice representing Defendants charged with misdemeanors, felonies, and violations of probation. Jason has also represented physicians, nurses, law enforcement officers, teachers, hearing aid specialist, and many other licensed healthcare professionals charged with a violation of their respective practice act. Jason's work has resulted in plea agreements, jury trials, non-jury trials, and hearings on violations of probations. While there are favorable outcomes in all types of cases, outcomes are not guaranteed.

 

Jason is a member of the Florida Bar, Tallahassee Bar, Legal Services of North Florida, a lifetime member of the state FACDL, and member of the local FACDL chapter. As a member of the Tallahassee Bar, Jason volunteers his legal services to the Wakulla County Senior Citizens Center and Legal Services of North Florida. He served as a member of the Judicial Nominating Commission 2003-2004.

 

When not practicing law he is an avid golfer, outdoorsman, community volunteer, member of Temple Israel, husband and father.