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J. Randy Edmonson


J. Randy Edmonson, Esq.
Randy@dewittlaw.com

Randy Edmonson was born in Tampa, FL. After his family moved to Orlando, FL, Mr. Edmonson attended Orangewood Christian School for middle school and high school. Mr. Edmonson received his undergraduate degree from Florida State College of Law with a double major in Real Estate and Marketing. He went on to receive his Juris Doctor from Florida State University College of Law. While at Florida State University College of Law, Mr. Edmonson received the Antitrust Law Book Award and participated in the Children’s Advocacy Clinic, representing underprivileged children in dependency cases. Prior to joining the Dewitt Law Firm, P.A., Mr. Edmonson was an Assistant Public Defender for the Ninth Judicial Circuit in Orange County, Florida. While working as an Assistant Public Defender, Mr. Edmonson represented clients in more than fifteen jury trials and numerous substantive motions. At Dewitt Law Firm, P.A., Mr. Edmonson represents clients in criminal, domestic, commercial, and real estate litigation.

Education
J.D. Degree: Florida State University, College of Law
• Business Review Journal
• Antitrust Law Book Award
• Children’s Advocacy Clinic

B.S. Degree: Florida State University
• Real Estate
• Marketing

Professional Affiliations
The Florida Bar Association
Orange County Bar Association
Central Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (CFACDL)

DeWitt Law Legal Resources

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Phone: 407-245-7723

37 N. Orange Avenue, Suite 840
Orlando, FL 32801

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Phone: 813-251-2701

607 West Bay Street
Tampa, FL 33606