Orlando Attorneys

(En Español)

Orlando attorneys Gustavo Padron and Anthony Suarez are highly dependable, award winning Hispanic attorneys, with years of experience in federal, civil, and criminal law. Knowledgeable of New York City, Florida, and Puerto Rico laws, they take on complex, high profile criminal trials in Florida, as well as acting as real estate brokers in New York and Florida. The attorneys at Anthony Suarez Law Group pledge to make high quality law service more accessible and reasonably priced to members of their community.

 

Anthony Suarez, ESQ. President

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PH: (407) 841-7373
FAX: (407) 841-7181

suarez@cfl.rr.com

Gustavo Padron, ESQ. Criminal Attorney Orlando, Florida

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PH: (407) 841-7373 > EXT: 204
FAX: (407) 841-7181

gpadron@suarezcti.com

 







Anthony Suarez, ESQ. President

 

Summary:

Admitted to the Bar in 1977 in New York and in 1992 in Florida, I have had a varied career, as a trial attorney, counsel to New York state legislature, community activist, Member of the Florida state Legislature, United States Delegate to the Guatamala Peace Accords in 1996, currently Adjunct Professor of Law and Radio talk show host.  I have tried hundreds of jury trials and argued dozens of cases before appellate courts thus I have had a wide experience in the law over the 31 years of practice.  Born In New York City of parents from Puerto Rico.

  Bar Admissions:

  New York, 1978 Florida, 1991 U.S. District Court Middle District of Florida, 1979 U.S. District Court Southern District of Florida, 1979 U.S. District Court Southern District of New York, 1991 U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York, 1998 U.S. District Court Eastern District of Michigan, 1998 U.S. District Court Eastern District of Wisconsin, 1998 U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals 2nd Circuit U.S. Tax Court, 1992

  Education:

  St. John's Law, New York, New York J.D. Fordham University, New York, NY, USA B.A. Major: History Major: Political Science Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL, USA M.B.A.

  Published Works:

  Prisoners Reform, New York Law Journal

Host panelist of Television show on status of Puerto Rico, Orange county TV

 

  Classes/Seminars Taught:

A.  Adjunct Professor of Law, Barry University School of Law - Orlando, FL, 2001 –Present - Real Estate Transactions and Legislation.

B. Adjunct Professor, Bronx Community College - City University of New York, 1988 - 1990

C. Lecturer, Hostos Community College - City University of New York, 1982 Adjunct Lecturer - Criminal Law, College of New Rochelle, 1979 – 1981

D. Adjunct Lecturer, Hostos Community College - City University of New York, 1975

  Honors and Awards:

  Distinguished Military Graduate, Department of the Army, 1974 Distinguished Service Award, New York State, Black and Puerto Rican Legislative Caucus, 1986 Citizens Award, Association of Hispanic American Citizens (ACHA), 1987 Humanitarian Service Award, Town of Romapo, New York, 1987 Distinguished Service Award, New York State Assembly, Puerto Rican/Hispanic Task Force, 1988 Distinguished Service Award, New York State Assembly, Mel Miller Speaker, 1989 City of New York, Hispanic Heritage Business Award, Mayor Edward I. Koch, "Hispanic Business Man of the Year", 1989 Subject of Cranes New York Business Magazine, "Forty under Forty" Emilio Betances Award for Politics, The National P.R. Parade Committee University of Central Florida, Excellence in Action Program, Award Recipient, March 21, 1995 Honorary Deputy Sheriff, Sheriff Kevin Beary, 1998 Univision Channel 63, Exitos De Los Nuestros Legislator of the Year, AFL, CIO, 1999 Freshman Legislator of the Year, Classroom Teachers Association, 1999 Community Leader Award: Desfile Puerto Riqueno, FL, 2004 Abogado Del Ano (Attorney of the Year), PAOLI Award, 2006

  Professional Associations and Memberships:

  New York State Bar Association, 1987 Member Conference of Bar Leader New York State Bar Association Member of Committee of Law Office Economics New York State Bar Association, 1988 - 1990 Chairman: Committee on Minorities in the Profession Puerto Rican Bar Association, 1987 President Puerto Rican Bar Association, 1985 Chairman Judiciary Committee Puerto Rican Bar Association, 1986 Chair Legislative Committee Reserve Officers Association, 1974 - 1985 New York State Trial Lawyers Association Bronx County Bar Association Florida Bar, 1992 Member Tax Committee Seminole County Bar Association Orange County Bar Association The Fund for Modern Courts, New York, NY, 1987 Director Federal Bar, New York Middle & Eastern District, Florida Middle District, 2nd Circuit & 11th Circuit Court of Appeals Member 351st Psychological Operations Company United States Army Reserves, 1978 - 1986 Executive Office Tito Puente Scholarship Fund, 1983 - 1991 Councel South Bronx Board of Trade, 1986 - 1991 Councel P.R.O.M.E.S.A., Drug Rehabilitation Center, 1986 - 1987 Director South Bronx Community Action Theater, 1985 - 1987 Director Legal Aid Society, Seminole County, Florida, 1995 - 1996 Director N.Y. Prisoners Legal Services Corp., 1989 - 1991 Director Latinos in Action Community Development Corp., 1998 - 1999 Chairman Latino Leadership, 2000 Chairman Boys Club of Central Florida, 2001 Director

  Past Employment Positions:

  Suarez & Associates. P.A., President, 1991 - Present Suarez & Associates, Partner, 1980 - 1991 District Attorney - Bronx County, Assistant District Attorney, 1977 - 1980 United States Army, Military Police Corp. and Military Intelligence Corp., Commissioned CAPT., 1974 - 1988 New York State Judicial Commission on Minorities Appointed by Chief Judge Wachtler, Commissioner, 1987 - 1991 Judicial Nominating Commission, 18th Judicial District Florida, appointed by Governor Lawton Chiles, Commissioner, 1996 - 2000 New York State Assembly Puerto Rican/Hispanic Task Force, Legal Advisor, 1987 - 1991 Guatemala Peace accords, United States Presidential Delegate, appointed by President Clinton, 1996 Florida House of Represenatives, State Representative, elected March 1999, 2000 Orange County Soil and Water Commission, Legal Advisor, 2002 Governors Task Force on Education, appointed by Governor Jeb Bush, 1999 Governors Task Force on Affordable Health Care, appointed by Governor Jeb Bush South Bronx Board of Trade monthly magazine, Legal Corner, Editor, 1986 - 1990 Weekly Newspaper, Latino International, Legal Editor, 1993 - 1994 El Diario Newspaper, Legal Editor, 2000 - 2001

  Fraternities/Sororities:

  Pershing Rifles

Gustavo Padron, ESQ. Criminal Law Attorney

SUMMARY:

Gustavo Padron has years of experience as a commercial business lawyer, criminal defense lawyer, and real estate lawyer in Orlando, Florida. From large and important criminal defense cases in Florida, to landlord and tenant cases, to animal bites, he is highly qualified to take on your case.

 

EDUCATION:           

BARRY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, Orlando, FL

Juris Doctor, May 2000

 

Honors & Activities:

Member, Moot Court Board

Class Senator, Student Bar Association

Treasurer, Student Bar Association

Honorary Member, UO Hispanic Bar Association

Internships & Clinics:

Intern for Dispute Resolution - Mediator

Intern for Public Defender’s Office - Juvenile Division

Intern for Public Defender’s Office - Homicide Division

Intern for Florida House Member, Anthony Suarez                       

ST. THOMAS UNIVERSITY, Miami, FL

 B.A. in Political Science, May 1994

MIAMI DADE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Miami, FL

A.A. in Psychology and Criminal Justice, May 1989

 ADMITTED:            Attorney and Couselor at Law in all Courts of Florida, Supreme Court of Florida Certified Circuit Mediator, United States Federal Court Middle District.