Camille R. Martin, a native of St. Petersburg, Florida, is committed to providing exemplary service in the areas of:
- Family law
- Personal injury
- Criminal defense
With more than 14 years of legal experience, she is dedicated to addressing disparities in the criminal justice system and voluntarism.
Background & Experience
A former Assistant State Attorney for the Seventh Judicial Circuit, she handled hundreds of cases in the felony, misdemeanor, and juvenile divisions. This is where her advocacy for addressing disparities in the criminal justice system was conceived. Martin has volunteered with numerous organizations with a focus on youth empowerment and education on the legal system. She has served as a mentor with the Volusia County school system. During the past three years, Martin has served as a coach for the Volusia County Teen Court Mock Trial Team. In this capacity, she trains and prepares teens for statewide mock trial competitions.
She is also a member of the executive board of the Deland Chapter of NAACP. Martin is the Vice-Chair of the St. Petersburg College MLK Day of Service Advisory Board in St. Petersburg, FL and also served as Project Coordinator. The MLK Day of Service Advisory Board is responsible for the allocation of funds appropriated by The Florida Legislature to promote voluntarism and community service. This year the Board allocated over $100,000 in awards for over 55 community service projects.
Martin holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from The Florida State University and a Juris Doctor from Oklahoma City University School of Law. She was admitted to the Oklahoma Bar in 2004 and the Florida Bar in 2005.