Marsha L. Weaver

Marsha L. WeaverEducation: Petal High School, Petal, MS; University of Southern Mississippi, B.S., 1990; Mississippi College School of Law, J.D., 1993; various legal specialized training including National Judicial College, The National Drug Court Institute 2005 and The Commission on Capital Cases, Advanced Capital Cases 1999-2004;

Career: Warfield & Associates 1993; Office of the Public Defender 1994-1995; Trial Court Staff Attorney, First Judicial Circuit of Florida, Okaloosa County 1995-2004; General Magistrate, First Judicial Circuit of Florida, Okaloosa County 2004-2008; Weaver & Weaver, Attorneys at Law, 2008-present (Since 2011, continues in an advisory/managing capacity only); Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office, Legal Counsel 2011-present.

Honors and Affiliations: The Florida Bar (admitted 1993); Admitted to practice in the United States Dirstict Court, Northern District of Florida; Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator; Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil Mediator; Member of the Family Law Section of The Florida Bar; Member of the Labor and Employment Law Section of The Florida Bar; Former Member of the Criminal Law Section of The Florida Bar; Former Member of Pensacola Inns of Court and American Inns of Court; Former Chair of the Unlicensed Practice of Law Committee of The Florida Bar, First Judicial Circuit, Committee “B” 2002-2004; Recognized for Meritorious Public Service for UPL Committee by The Florida Bar; Member of the Escambia/Santa Rosa County Bar Association; Member of the Florida Academy of Professional Mediators; Member of the Navarre Beach Area Chamber of Commerce; Member of the Bench/Bar Professionalism Committee 2010-present; Member of the Okaloosa/Walton Bar Association; Member of the Board of Directors of the Community Drug and Alcohol Council (CDAC) 2010-present; Member of the Safe Havens Project Committee 2012-present; Member of the Florida Association of Police Attorneys 2011-present.

Born Petal, Mississippi; Spouse Timothy; Children Two; Church Methodist.