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Teaching is Part of the Legal Community

Posted by Tom Hudson | May 01, 2016 | 0 Comments

On April 25, Tom was asked to help teach a class in Criminal Justice at the University of South Florida.  Judge Doug Henderson has been teaching the class for several years, and he has guest lecturers for the class to explain the various parts of the legal process.  For the third year in a row, Tom talked to the class, discussing the defense of DUI cases, and doing an in-class demonstration with Judge Henderson about how an initial intake happens when a person retains a lawyer in a criminal case.  

Tom is also a member of the faculty of the National College for DUI Defense, and teaches at the Summer Session held at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, MA in July.  

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Tom Hudson

Known nationwide as a leading DUI defense lawyer, Tom has tried over 350 jury trials, including numerous death penalty cases. He now limits his criminal practice to DUI defense. His civil practice is devoted to getting fair compensation for the victims of negligence. Tom has attained multiple verdicts and settlements in excess of $1 million, and is a Life Member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. In 2008, Tom Hudson passed the National Board Certification Test for DUI Attorneys in Honolulu, Hawaii. NOTE: The State of Florida does not yet recognize DUI defense as a Specialty.


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Board Certification as a DUI Specialist by the National College for DUI Defense. Formal NHTSA Certification as an Instructor of the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests given by police in DUI cases. Formal training as a NHTSA Drug Recognition Evaluator. ("Drug Evaluation & Classification") Formal training to operate the Intoxilyzer 8000, Florida's official breath test instrument. Extensive experience in teaching other attorneys how to handle DUI cases. Hundreds of jury trials both as defense lawyer and as prosecutor.