Kevin Humphries has served as a Partner in private practice for more than a decade. He previously served as a Felony Prosecutor for the State Attorney’s Office of the 10th Judicial Circuit. Kevin has practiced law on a wide diversity of cases both at the County and Circuit Court levels and in State Court in Hillsborough, Dade, Hardee, Pinellas, Osceola, Polk and Highlands counties. He has also handled cases in Federal Court in the United States Middle District Court for Florida in Tampa.
Kevin has a wealth of real jury trial experience that has been honed over the past 15 years. He has tried more than 70 jury trials for capital murder cases, money laundering, complex commercial truck accident cases and motor vehicle crashes. His jury trials have occurred in multiple Circuits throughout the State. In addition to being a trial lawyer he has served as an Adjunct Professor of law as well as a guest judge for trial team competitions at his alma mater Stetson University College of Law. It was at Stetson University College of Law that Kevin was a member of the National Championship Trial Competition Team and received the Ralph Harris Ferrell competition award for individual excellence in intercollegiate competitions. It was also at Stetson where he clerked with Chief Judge Demers from the 6th Judicial Circuit who has acknowledged Kevin in his DUI manual every year since its inception for his assistance in preparing this crucial manuscript. Off campus, Mr. Humphries acted simultaneously in several leading roles as Vice President for the Student Division of the Federal Bar Association, Stetson’s Liaison of the City of Saint Petersburg, Lieutenant Governor of Resolutions for the Law Student Division of the American Bar Association, Dean’s Assistant and Co-Chair of Stetson’s Social Committee.
He has been President of the Lakeland Bar Association, President of the Polk County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Chair of the Grievance Committee for the 10th Judicial.