Robin Fuson, P.A.

Robin Fuson, P.A.

I've been a criminal attorney since 1993. As a former Chief Prosecutor for the State of Florida, I know exactly what the State is trying to prove, and how they're trying to prove it. Let me help you in a system I know.

Firm Overview

Five things you should know:

1. Who is going to be the Attorney in Court for you? Make sure that the person you hire is actually the Attorney going to Court to fight for you. Many firms are like fast food chains and will hand your case off to some branch or satellite office/attorney.

I will personally handle your case. My office is in Hillsborough County and 99% of all my cases are Hillsborough County. I grew up in Tampa and know all the players in the system.

2. There are statutory time limits that you may miss out on if you do not act quickly. Don't lose some of your rights because of indecision. Our consultations are free, either on the phone or in person.

3. My results have proved excellent over the many years of criminal work. Clients always receive personal attention and can expect nothing but the best representation at every stage.

4. I cover all criminal charges that occur in Tampa, FL; Hillsborough County. As a Prosecutor, I was Chief of the State's Narcotics Prosecution Unit as well as the State's entire County Court system, which oversees all DUIs, Domestic Violence, and every misdemeanor in the Florida Statutes. I've been involved in felony cases that range from Homicide, Drug Trafficking, Aggravated Assault and Battery, Kidnapping, Theft, Burglary, and just about all the others as well.

5. I am available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If I don't answer the phone that is sitting right in front of me, it will forward to my personal cell phone.
Main Office
Main Office
1435 W Busch Blvd, Suite E
Tampa  FL  33612
  • (813) 933-6807
  • 813-933-6891


Free Initial Consultation?
All phone and in-person visits for consultations are FREE
Services Offered For Fixed Fees?
Florida rules for Criminal attorneys require us to charge a flat rate for our services. Prices can range from $500 a case to $50,000 a case. There are a lot of criminal offenses in Florida and a huge difference between Possession of Marijuana and First Degree Murder.
Hourly Rates
Florida rules for Criminal attorneys require us to charge a flat rate for our services.

Office Information

Office Hours
Doors open when I'm not in Court or at a Hearing. Generally, between the hours of 9 to 5.
Office Manager
I personally manage all the office's affairs.
Emergency After Hours
Languages Spoken
English, Spanish
Criminal Defense
I've been a criminal attorney since 1993. As a former Chief Prosecutor for the State of Florida, I know exactly what the State is trying to prove, and how they're trying to prove it. Let me help you in a system I know.
Our firm handles Criminal Defense, people who have been accused of a crime in the County of Hillsborough, Florida. For 20 years, I have handles almost exclusively, criminal law cases. 99.9% of every case I've ever handled has involved the violation of Florida's criminal laws.

-I was the former Chief of the State's Narcotics Prosecution Unit.

-I was the former Chief of the State Attorney's DUI Prosecution Unit

-I was the former Chief of the State's County Court System

If you have been charged or a member of your family has been charged, with a criminal offense in Hillsborough County, Florida, then I can help you. Don't lose precious time thinking without having information to help you make a decision.

Call me now to discuss the case on the phone or to come in and see me personally. Either way it's free and you will have the information you need to make a decision in whether to hire an attorney or not.

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

As a former Chief Prosecutor, all my experience is in the area of Criminal Law. I saw how people who get caught in the system, can get steam rolled. Justice needs to be available to everyone.

Criminal Defense was a natural fit. I know where the Prosecution is coming from and how to get out in front of the case so we can make a difference.

What experience or education distinguishes your lawyers from others

The types of cases I've handled along with the fact that I was former Prosecutor and Law Enforcement Officer.

Every 3 years, I take an additional 35 hours of continuing legal education to stay atop the ever changing law. Also, I am in Court handling criminal cases in average 6 times a week in front of 2-6 different judges. That type of experience can't be taught. If you're not considered good enough by the people, you won't be hired, you won't have cases, and you won't be learning through experience.

I've been fortunate to have had a successful practice since 2001 in which my clients have been served well and spread the word to their peers.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

My availability. If I'm not in my office due to Court or Hearings or simply due to the fact that it's late at night or the weekend, my phone will forward directly to my personal cell phone if not answered within 2 rings.

When I say my personal cell phone, I mean it. It's the same phone my wife calls when she needs me. So know this, my phone is always with me.

Robin Fuson

Robin Fuson is a Florida native who has lived in Tampa since the age of 2. He is currently married and has been for the past 29 years. He has 2 daughters who are grown up and a couple of dogs that keep the family busy.

Robin attended 4 schools in Hillsborough County, Miles Elementary, Buchanan Junior High School, Chamberland High School, and the University of South Florida.

Turning down a scholarship to Florida State University, Robin chose to play 1 year at Valencia Community College before being drafted in the 4th round by the Cleveland Indians. The next 13 years found Robin in baseball, splitting his time between Cleveland, Boston, Seattle, and Oakland. During the last 3 years with Oakland, Robin picked up 2 American Championships and 1 World Series ring.

After retiring from baseball in 1990, Robin attended law school and became a Prosecutor in 1993 for Hillsborough County, Florida. During his time at the State Attorney's Office, he quickly became a Chief Prosecutor in a few different divisions, and handled several extremely high-profile cases.

Robin went into private practice in 2001 and focused exclusively on Criminal Defense, where he brought his years of training and teaching the art of prosecution to help defend those accused of crimes.

Here is some background information of things Robin accomplished.

-Successfully prosecuted the first drug over-dose murder
trial in the State.

-Received commendation from Sheriff Cal Henderson for
successful prosecution of all 22 defendants in a
cocaine RICO dubbed "Operation Drive-Through."

-Hillsborough County Bar CLE lecture: Search and Seizure

-Plant City P.D. lecture: Search and Seizure

-Multi-jurisdictional Law Enforcement Seminar (Annually):
Search and Seizure

-Institute of Police Technology and Management: Courtroom
Procedure and Trial Testimony for Law Enforcement

-Guest Lecture at Stetson College of Law: Criminal

-Guest Lecture at The University of South Florida:
Department of Criminology

-Quarterly training for Tampa P.D. and Hills. Co.
Sheriff's Office: Current law regarding narcotics

  • Stetson Law
    Juris Doctor , 1993
    Juris Doctor: May 1993

    Honors and Activities: Moot Court Board; Maguire, Voorhis & Wells Moot Court Competition (semifinalist); Freshman Moot Court (Best Group Oralist); Intramural Sports.

    B.A. Degree Received, Cum Laude: Dec., 1990
    Major in Criminal Justice

    Honors and Activities: Phi Kappa, Alpha Phi Sigma, National Criminal Justice Honor Society

    A.A. Degree 1978

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