Tauna R. Bogle, ESQ.
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Tauna R. Bogle has practiced Family Law since 2007. Bogle Law, P.A. has
handled hundreds of family law cases since the practice opened in 2007.
Tauna R. Bogle has litigated cases through trial and has resolved many
cases through successful mediation. Tauna R. Bogle knows that each case
is unique, just as each family is unique. She works with clients to find
successful resolutions that are individual to each client. Her strong
staff of legal assistants and attorneys work together and offer a team
approach to family law cases.
Tauna R. Bogle served as an Assistant State Attorney for the Sixth Judicial
Circuit in Pinellas county Florida from 2001-2006. As a prosecutor, she
handled every aspect of Misdemeanor and Felony cases from the initial
investigation and interviewing of witnesses to the verdict of a jury at
trial. Tauna was a member of the DUI Manslaughter/Traffic Homicide Team,
a Child Abuse prosecutor, and a Lead Trial Attorney for a Misdemeanor
division. Tauna left the State Attorney's office to gain experience
in Civil and Family Law. She worked as an associate at the Solomon Tropp
Law Group in Tampa, Florida prior to opening her own practice.
Tauna graduated from the Law School ranked #1 in the United States for
Trial Advocacy (Stetson University College of Law). Tauna was a member
of Stetson's successful Trial Team, winning an opening statement competition,
a regional trial competition, and placing second in both state and regional
trial competitions. Tauna graduated from Law School with honors and was
a member of the Phi Delta Phi honors fraternity. Through her coursework,
she also obtained a specialty Certificate in Advocacy. She was a teaching
assistant to Judge David A. Demers in his Trial Advocacy course. Tauna
received the highest grade in the course of Evidence and tutored other
students in Evidence. She received an award from the International Acedemy
of Trial Lawyers and was selected a member of Who's Who Among American
Law Students. Tauna also assisted new students with law school orientation.
Before entering law school, Tauna worked as a Law Office Manager and Certified
Legal Assistant in Texas.
Tauna R. Bogle is a Specialist in Criminal Trial - certified by the Florida
Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education.
In order to become Board Certified in an area of law, an attorney must
be an active member in good standing of the Florida bar, have practiced
law for a minimum of 5 years, have completed 45 hours of continuing legal
education within the 3 years prior to applying for board certification,
have substantial experience in the specialty area, be favorably evaluated
by judges and other lawyers as to ability and experience in the specialty
field, pass a written examination demonstrating knowledge, skills and
proficiency in the specialty field to justify the representation of special
competence. The lawyer must also exhibit character, ethics and professionalism.
Board certification requires high standards, continuing legal education
and professionalism in the practice of law.
||Stetson University, J.D.
||The Florida Bar.
||(Board Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer, Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization