PASCO COUNTY DUI LAWYER – LARRY SANDEFER
Larry Sandefer P.A., Later known as the Sandefer Law Firm, was first established in 1991.
From 1978 to 1986, Larry Sandefer was a prosecutor in the Sixth Judicial Circuit, Pinellas County, Florida. While there, he was elevated to the positions of Lead Trial Attorney and Division Director. In those positions he supervised trial attorneys in several felony and misdemeanor Court divisions and made decisions regarding active cases. He also tried major cases including homicides, sexual batteries, drug trafficking, and all other types of felonies and misdemeanors. He served on the homicide response team. After leaving the State Attorney’s Office, Mr. Sandefer served in private practice with a well established law firm before opening his own office in 1991.
Sandefer Law Firm concentrates on criminal defense matters as well as DUI defense.
Larry Sandefer’s experience is varied. Throughout his life, he has consistently been honored with leadership positions. He was named one of the outstanding high school graduates in Florida in 1968. While in college at Auburn University in Alabama, he was selected for the National Leadership Honorary Fraternity Omicron Delta Kappa. He was treasurer of his business fraternity as well as treasurer and president of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. Also, while at Auburn, he was named the Assistant Director of Auburn Free University. He was a four year starter on the varsity tennis team and was active in ROTC (USAF). He graduated receiving his Bachelor of Science in business and management in 1972.
Between college and law school, Larry Sandefer was commissioned as Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force serving as a Procurement Officer on active duty at K. I. Sawyer Air Force Base in the upper peninsula of Michigan. While there, he was assigned to investigate irregularities in the career innovation program of the 410th transportation squadron leading an investigation of military personnel. While in the Air Force, Larry Sandefer also was a radio announcer at an cable radio station where he was music director. He attended the Air Force Institute of Technology Contract Law School in Denver Colorado. He left active duty as a First Lieutenant serving briefly as a reserve.