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Brooke Elvington Appellate Law handling Florida criminal appeals and post-conviction motions in Clearwater, St. Petersburg, (Pinellas), Tampa, (Hillsborough), New Port Richey, Dade City (Pasco),  Lakeland, (Polk), Sarasota, Ft. Myers, Naples, (Lee), Orlando, (Orange and Osceola),  Miami, (Miami-Dade), Ft. Lauderdale, (Broward), Palm Beach, Jacksonville, (Duval), Gainesville (Alachua), Tallahassee (Leon).

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Brooke Elvington is currently not accepting private cases through Brooke Elvington Appellate Law.  Ms. Elvington has accepted a position at a University as a law professor in criminal law and legal writing.  Ms. Elvington remains of counsel with the Fort Lauderdale law firm, Lowry at Law, and is available for limited consultation through

Lowry at Law.  

Brooke Elvington Appellate Law exclusively handles Florida Criminal Appeals and Post-Conviction Motions under Rules 3.800, 3.850, and 3.853 in Tampa and throughout the State.   Ms. Elvington is an AV-Rated appellate attorney who began criminal defense litigation in 2001, and isolated her practice area to Florida criminal appeals and post-conviction cases beginning in 2005.  She understands the complexities involved in criminal appellate cases, and has the experience and skill to successfully represent our clients' needs.  


Ms. Elvington specifically limits the practice to Florida Criminal Appeals and Post-Conviction cases because she found that our appellate clients deserve 100% of the firm's time, energy and resources. Ms. Elvington has personally handled more than 300 Florida criminal appeals and post-conviction cases.  Criminal law is constantly evolving, and because Ms. Elvington devotes her time to this limited practice area, she remains on top of the changes, and is able to offer her clients new and creative approaches to appellate and post-conviction law.  


Families and clients often come to Ms. Elvington feeling confused, scared and isolated.  Ms. Elvington guarantees that every client is treated with respect, compassion and honesty.  Ms. Elvington explains the entire Florida criminal appellate process and post-conviction process to each client to ensure that he or she has a complete understanding of what he or she is facing.  

​Unsure of whether you have grounds to appeal your criminal conviction?  Unsure how to appeal a criminal conviction? Read Ms. Elvington's articles on Florida's direct criminal appellate process and grounds for appealing criminal cases, and contact Brooke, an experienced criminal appellate attorney, today for your free consultation.  ​







Florida Criminal Appeals Attorney, Brooke Elvington