About North Port Trial Lawyer Michael P. Maddux

Michael P. Maddux has been a licensed attorney since 1992. Mr. Maddux received his B.A. in Political Science from Florida State University and his law degree from the University of Florida Law School. He is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and of the National Police Accountability Association. Mr. Maddux was a two term president of the Hillsborough County Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and served as co-chair of the Hillsborough County Bar Association's criminal law section.

\u200BMr. Maddux is board certified by the Florida Bar in Criminal Trial Practice. \n Mr. Maddux has developed a niche practice area in civil rights litigation. His criminal defense work allowed him to see violations that needed civil remedies. He actively pursues justice for those wronged by law enforcement through civil suits in federal and state court and by assisting with internal affairs investigations.  Mr. Maddux acknowledges the difficult job that law enforcement performs while demanding that law enforcement diligently follow state and federal constitutions, internal policies and standards of decency.

His law firm currently has claims pending with the Hillsborough County Sherriff\u2019s Office, Polk County Sherriff\u2019s Office, Hernando County Sherriff\u2019s Office, Pinellas County Sherriff\u2019s Office, Pasco County Sherriff\u2019s Office, city police agencies in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Tarpon Springs, Lakeland, Largo, and Orlando. \n\tMr. Maddux is also a personal injury attorney. He has represented clients against insurance companies that have tried to avoid payment for the legitimate losses his clients have incurred in auto accidents, slip and falls, wrongful death, premise liability, and hurricane damage claims.

\n Mr. Maddux has been actively involved in the Big Brother/Little Brother Program. He is a past Chairman of the Mid-Florida Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Seminar and has served as an elder at his Presbyterian church. He currently serves as a guardian ad litem. 

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About North Port Trial Lawyer Michael P. Maddux

Michael P. Maddux has been a licensed attorney since 1992. Mr. Maddux received his B.A. in Political Science from Florida State University and his law degree from the University of Florida Law School. He is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and of the National Police Accountability Association. Mr. Maddux was a two term president of the Hillsborough County Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and served as co-chair of the Hillsborough County Bar Association's criminal law section.

​Mr. Maddux is board certified by the Florida Bar in Criminal Trial Practice. Mr. Maddux has developed a niche practice area in civil rights litigation. His criminal defense work allowed him to see violations that needed civil remedies. He actively pursues justice for those wronged by law enforcement through civil suits in federal and state court and by assisting with internal affairs investigations.  Mr. Maddux acknowledges the difficult job that law enforcement performs while demanding that law enforcement diligently follow state and federal constitutions, internal policies and standards of decency.

His law firm currently has claims pending with the Hillsborough County Sherriff’s Office, Polk County Sherriff’s Office, Hernando County Sherriff’s Office, Pinellas County Sherriff’s Office, Pasco County Sherriff’s Office, city police agencies in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Tarpon Springs, Lakeland, Largo, and Orlando. Mr. Maddux is also a personal injury attorney. He has represented clients against insurance companies that have tried to avoid payment for the legitimate losses his clients have incurred in auto accidents, slip and falls, wrongful death, premise liability, and hurricane damage claims.

Mr. Maddux has been actively involved in the Big Brother/Little Brother Program. He is a past Chairman of the Mid-Florida Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Seminar and has served as an elder at his Presbyterian church. He currently serves as a guardian ad litem.