Backing up his Board Certification in Criminal Trial practice is over thirty years of intensive criminal trial practice in a resume of over 400 (FOUR HUNDRED) documented criminal trials by jury, touching virtually every major area of possible criminal charges. Other websites state: “Aggressive representation”. The proof is in the proven performance. The track record and verifiable leading credentials recognized in the profession as a stamp of excellence is of critical importance in selecting and attorney, the rest is just “web based chin-boogie”.
In part, his incredible strength in criminal litigation stems from his training in law enforcement in the State of North Carolina. He was President of the 41st Academy in Raleigh North Carolina attaining the highest academic average in the academy’s history to date. His experience as a police officer included patrol as well as special operations experience. When Charles R. Holloman cross-examines a witness, it is as if he was there, for at some time, he actually was in experience.
The criminal trial experience of Charles R. Holloman includes but is not limited to: Murder, Vehicular Homicide, Kidnapping, Firearms Offenses, Lewd and Lascivious Activity, Sexual Battery, Arson, Assault, Criminal Mischief, Robbery, Grand Theft Scheme to Defraud, Insurance Fraud, Burglary, Child Abuse, Domestic Injunctions, Robbery, Forgery, Dealing in Stolen Property, Perjury, Bribery, Resisting Arrest With Violence, Resisting Arrest Without Violence, Obstruction of Justice, Gambling, Prostitution, Obscenity, Driving Under the Influence, Driving Without a License as well as a wide assortment of white-collar crimes such as Racketeering, Money Laundering, Income Tax Evasion, Music Piracy, and Environmental Regulatory Violations.
Charles R. Holloman graduated law school in 1983 with honors. He was extended an invitation to the prestigious Law Review in 1982 based on academic achievement. Upon graduating law school with honors, he became an Assistant State Attorney under Gordon G. Oldham, the most accomplished and re-elected State Attorney in Florida History as of 1984. The Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association acknowledged his contribution in assisting in the compilation of the Florida Prospector’s Trial Notebook. In 1985, he was commended as a prosecutor by Rape Crises and Spouse Abuse of Marion County for his pioneering use of video tape in the prosecution of cases involving child sexual abuse. Utilizing child video testimony, he successfully prosecuted the first legislatively authorized prosecution of a sexually abused child to a conviction. Thirty years ago, he was credited by the local press in greatly improving the Juvenile Justice system in Ocala. In law school, he was one of the first Guardian Ad Litems appointed under the Pilot Project in Broward County Florida representing abused and neglected children. Today the program is in every county of the State of Florida.
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