Attorney Shafer Named V.P. of Local Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Attorney T. Charles Shafer is taking on a new leadership role. The Fort Pierce criminal defense lawyer at T. Charles Shafer, Attorney at Law has been appointed to the position of Vice President of the St. Lucie County Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (SLCACDL). This opportunity opens doors for Attorney Shafer in his efforts to improve the practice of defending the rights of the criminally accused in the local area.
Attorney Shafer’s appointment the position of Vice President of SLCACDL is just one of many ways the seasoned legal professional has been involved in his local legal community. He is a past president of the St. Lucie County Bar Association (where he is still holds membership), and he is also a member of various other professional organizations. These include The Florida Bar (particularly the Criminal Law and Family Law sections), the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), where he serves on the Legal Committee. Furthermore, Attorney Shafer sits on the board of directors for The Arc of St. Lucie County, an organization devoted to providing much-needed services to individuals with disabilities.
With more than 26 years of experience as a criminal defense lawyer, Attorney Shafer is fully equipped to make valuable contributions to SLCACDL. He started his career in 1986 as an Assistant Public Defender for the 19th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida before moving into private practice in 1989. The attorney started a law firm of his own, T. Charles Shafer, Attorney at Law, in 1991. After handling hundreds of cases (including more than 75 that he took to jury trial), Mr. Shafer is prepared to handle all types of criminal cases. Are you in need of a Fort Pierce criminal defense attorney who can provide you high-quality legal representation? If so, do not hesitate to contact Attorney Shafer’s office today!