Brandon K. Breslow
Brandon K. Breslow concentrates his practice in the area of criminal defense, representing clients charged in a wide array of matters, including allegations of mail and wire fraud, health care fraud, kickback violations, money laundering, drug trafficking, sexual battery, kidnapping, and criminal traffic offenses. Mr. Breslow has litigated criminal cases to trial in federal and Florida courts, and has provided litigation support to trial attorneys through the drafting and arguing of motions at the pre-trial, post-trial, and sentencing stages. Mr. Breslow also represents clients in appellate and post-conviction litigation at the state and federal level. In 2018, Mr. Breslow was named to the Super Lawyers’ 2018 Florida Rising Stars list for Criminal Defense.
Mr. Breslow serves on the Florida Bar Appellate Practice Section Continuing Legal Education Committee, as Social Media/Newsletter Committee Co-Chair of the Tampa Bay Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, and as an active member in the Bruce R. Jacob-Chris W. Altenbernd Criminal Appellate American Inn of Court. Mr. Breslow also continues to research and write about developments in criminal law, criminal procedure, and appellate litigation. His first article, advocating for the expansion of a defendant’s Sixth Amendment right to the effective assistance of counsel, was published in Federal Lawyer magazine. That article has since been cited by United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and in a leading treatise on criminal procedure.
Mr. Breslow graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology and Law, and from Stetson University College of Law with his Juris Doctor, cum laude. While attending Stetson Law, Mr. Breslow was a member of the Stetson Law Honors Program and a teaching assistant to Associate Dean Stephanie Vaughan (Legal Research & Writing) and Professor Charles Rose III (Evidence). Mr. Breslow also competed for the Stetson Law Trial Team, during which time he won the 2015 Florida Justice Association Mock Trial Competition. Upon graduating from Stetson Law in the top ten percent of his class, he earned the American Law Institute CLE Scholarship and Leadership Award, the Victor O. Wehle Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy, and the William F. Blews Pro Bono Service Award. Mr. Breslow remains actively involved in the Stetson Law community as an Advocacy Skills Trainer for its nationally ranked Trial Team and a co-author of the case problem used in the school’s annual National Pretrial Competition.