​​Brooke Elvington is an AV-Rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell.  An AV-Rating is a testament that the lawyer's peers rank him or her at the highest level of professional excellence.

Ms. Elvington dedicates her practice to Florida criminal appeals and post-conviction matters.  While her office is located in the Tampa area, she represents clients throughout Florida, including Orlando, Miami, Jacksonville and Tallahassee.  

She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida and graduated from Penn State University Dickinson School of Law, cum laude.  Ms. Elvington began her legal career working in civil litigation with a large Tampa firm; however, within a short period of time she dedicated her work to criminal defense.  Ms. Elvington was a criminal trial attorney  where she tried cases in both State and Federal Court, including the Nation's first Patriot Act case tried in Tampa, Florida.   

In 2005 Ms. Elvington entered private practice and focused exclusively on criminal appeals and post-conviction cases.  More than 10 years later, Ms. Elvington continues in that mission.    She handles cases ranging from misdemeanor offenses to first-degree murder. Ms. Elvington has handled hundreds of direct criminal appeals and post-conviction matters throughout the State of Florida, and works extensively with licensed attorneys as a consultant.

Knowledge of Current Law

We are at the forefront of ever-changing laws and are fully committed to exceeding client expectations. Ms. Elvington manages a blog that provides updates on current Florida criminal and post-conviction law.  

Brooke Elvington, Attorney at Law

​​Visit our main site to see a sampling of Ms. Elvington's reported cases.  

What We Do:

Ms. Elvington is available for free consultation in the following:

  • Florida criminal appeals
  • Florida post-conviction motions
    • ​3.850 motions (ineffective assistance of counsel & new evidence claims)
    • 3.853 motions (motions for post-conviction DNA testing)
  • ​Florida motion to correct illegal sentence
    • ​3.800(a) motions
    • 3.800(b)(2) motions pending direct criminal appeals
  • Florida Motion to Reduce and/or Modify Sentence 
    • ​3.800(c) motions
  • Florida Motions to Seal/Expunge Criminal Records

Ms. Elvington is also available to consult with other attorneys on complex criminal motions, writs and appellate consultation.