Armando Edmiston grew up in Hillsborough County and graduated from Plant City High School. After high school, Armando joined the Marine Corp. After the Marine Corp, he attended College at the University of South Florida where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, was on the Dean’s list and a member of the Gold Key Club.
Armando Edmiston then attended Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale where he graduated in the top 15% of his class (Cum Laude). While attending law school, he made the Dean’s list and received a Book Award.
Armando was also a member of the Hispanic Law Student Association, American Bar Association and a volunteer for Reading for Life. During his tenure at Nova Southeastern, Armando worked as a law clerk for Boose, Casey, Ciklin, et al. in West Palm Beach dealing with family law, contracts and securities issues, and for the Law Offices of Asnis, Srebnick & Kaufman in Sunrise, FL, where he managed an entire pre-litigation claims department for personal injury victims.
After law school graduation, Armando Edmiston worked for the Youngblood Law Firm in Tampa, Florida as an Associate Attorney representing victims in State and Federal Court in personal injury and medical malpractice claims.
Armando then became an Assistant Public Defender for the 13th Judicial Circuit wherein he represented defendants accused of criminal acts in misdemeanor, felony and traffic courts. Thereafter Armando opened his own law practice in Historic Hyde Park and have utilized his prior experiences to obtain successful outcomes for his clients.
A life-time resident of the Tampa area, Mr. Edmiston served in the United States Marine Corps after graduating from Plant City High School. Mr. Edmiston went on to earn a degree in Biology from the University of South Florida and his law degree from Nova Southeastern University.
Mr. Edmiston is bilingual in Spanish. On his time off, Mr. Edmiston enjoys weight lifting, hunting, fishing, traveling and working with under privileged troubled teens.
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