Florida Criminal Defense & Personal Injury Lawyer, Amanda Powers Sellers, has aggressively defended thousands of Florida criminal cases. With over eight years of litigation experience, she has the necessary background to represent criminal and personal injury cases.
Amanda earned her undergraduate degree in criminal justice from the University of North Florida where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. While attending the University of North Florida, she also received a Leadership Scholarship. She continued her advanced education by acquiring her Juris Doctorate at Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport, Florida. During her final year at Stetson, she was elected to serve as Chief Honor Court Attorney which further demonstrates her accountability.
Before opening her own criminal defense practice in Florida, she worked for the Sixth Judicial Circuit Public Defender’s Office where she was quickly promoted to supervise the Mental Health Program. Due to her exhibition of outstanding trial techniques and her clear dedication to defending her clients, she was assigned to the Capital Death Penalty Trial Division, representing individuals charged with First Degree Murder who faced the death penalty.
In 2006 Amanda obtained her license to practice law in Alabama. She practiced Personal Injury Law in the State of Alabama with a top personal injury law firm representing plaintiffs for injury and wrongful death claims before returning to Florida.
Amanda has the skills and experience necessary to aggressively defend complex criminal cases and to fearlessly pursue injury claims on behalf of her clients. With a wealth of experience, she has proven that her gentle, but aggressive style of litigation consistently achieves results for her clients.