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Carlton Fields’ Ed Page Obtains Recertification in Criminal Trial Law from the National Board of Trial Advocacy

TAMPA, FL – The National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) has recertified Ed Page as a criminal trial advocate. Originally certified by the NBTA in 1988, Page has been recertified every consecutive five years  When NBTA originally certified Page as a criminal trial advocate in 1988, he was the first Tampa lawyer to achieve both NBTA certification as a criminal trial advocate and certification from The Florida Bar as a criminal trial law specialist.  

Attorneys selected for certification must pass an elaborate screening process intended to illustrate their commitment to bettering the legal industry. This process evaluates an attorney’s trial experience, judicial and peer preferences, and proof of good standing. Approximately 3% of American lawyers are board certified.

Page is a former federal and state prosecutor with more than 40 years of legal experience. He has tried more than 100 jury trials in state and federal courts, more than 250 bench trials, and had more than 10 oral arguments in the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. At Carlton Fields, Page handles federal and state criminal and civil matters, including white collar criminal, aviation, product liability, personal injury, family law, and complex commercial litigation matters.



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