Edward Lee Meadows
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Edward Lee Meadows

403 N. Calhoun Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301

Phone: 850-224-8873

Website: meadowslaw.com

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About Edward Lee Meadows

www.meadowslaw.com Crimlawflorida@yahoo.com EDUCATION: Mr. Meadows graduated from Florida State University in 1973 with a degree in Criminology and received his law degree from Cumberland Law School in 1979. EXPERIENCE: After law school, Attorney Meadows then clerked for the First District Court of Appeals, and opened his law office in 1981 in Tallahassee. He has been in private criminal defense practice since. His office has handled in excess of 5,000 criminal, drivers license, and DUI related matters throughout the state of Florida. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Mr. Meadows is a member of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and has lectured to the Florida Highway Patrol and to other attorneys on DUI defense tactics He has been selected by “Super Lawyers,” a peer review magazine, as one of the top five DUI attorneys in Florida for 2006,2008, 2009, 2010. AFFORDABILITY: Attorney Meadows believes in tailoring the cost of your case to the facts surrounding your situation. After a free first consultation, Attorney Meadows can quote you a price that reflects his mission statement, “Making Experience Affordable”. Payment plans are available.

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