Attorney Bryan Docobo Operates Fort Lauderdale Private Law Practice
Owner and lead attorney of Docobo Law Firm, PA, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Bryan Docobo handles cases in Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach counties. His practice encompasses a broad array of legal areas, including federal and state criminal defense, personal injury litigation, estate planning, and immigration and deportation hearings. As a Series 7 registered representative licensed by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Bryan Docobo also provides clients with counsel in financial affairs.
Prior to establishing his private practice in 2010, Bryan Docobo served for nearly two years as an assistant public defender for the Broward County Public Defenders’ Office. While a public defender, he gained broad experience handling felony, misdemeanor, and juvenile cases.
Before beginning his career as an attorney, Bryan Docobo earned a BS in political science from Florida State University and earned a law degree from Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center. Upon graduating from law school, he obtained his license to practice law in the state of Florida and later attained admission to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Outside of his work as an attorney, Mr. Docobo supports the efforts of several philanthropic organizations in the Fort Lauderdale area. He has contributed to the affordable housing organization Habitat for Humanity, the Insight for the Blind audio media service for those with visual impairment, and the Cooperative Feeding Program hunger relief network.
Top Players in Miami Heat’s History
The owner of Docobo Law Firm, PA, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, attorney Bryan Docobo deals with legal issues in a variety of areas including administrative law, personal injury, and criminal defense. A local sports fan, Bryan Docobo enjoys following the Miami Heat basketball team when he’s not in the office.
With a history that spans less than 30 years, the Miami Heat has had some top players on its roster besides recent household-name superstars like LeBron James and Shaquille O’Neal. Here are just a few.
- Caron Butler: Playing with the Heat for just two seasons, from 2002 to 2004, Caron Butler scored some 15 points in every game during his rookie year. The team kept him on the court for close to 40 minutes per game, but he eventually was traded as a part of the Shaquille O’Neal deal with the Los Angeles Lakers.
- Billy Thompson: Joining the team in 1988 during its first year, Billy Thompson averaged 9.5 points and six rebounds per game during the three years he played forward with the Miami Heat. He came to the team from the Lakers, and the time he spent with the Heat is often considered the best span of his brief career.
- Tim Hardaway: Playing for the Heat from 1995 to 2001, Tim Hardaway is often considered the best point guard in the team’s history. A two-time All-Star, he averaged 17.2 points and 10 assists per game during his first season. After that, he set four team records, and the Heat retired his jersey number in 2009.
Supporting Insight for the Blind
Owner and sole practitioner at the Docobo Law Firm, PA, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Bryan Docobo represents clients in Miami-Dade, Palm Beach, and Broward counties. He handles a variety of legal matters, from federal and state criminal defense to deportation hearings and appeals. Dedicated to helping his community outside of the legal realm, Bryan Docobo supports such local organizations as Insight for the Blind.
For more than three decades, Insight for the Blind has been helping thousands of individuals in the United States and around the world who are blind or print handicapped by recording talking books and magazines through the Library of Congress. The organization runs entirely on the support of volunteers and donors. Donors can make one-time donations in any amount or set up a monthly recurring gift. Insight for the Blind also accepts memorial gifts, planned giving, and matching gifts. Donors can also support the organization by shopping through Insight’s iGive website.
In terms of more hands-on support, Insight for the Blind’s volunteers are responsible for recording books and magazines. All volunteers must attend an orientation and training before going into the studio. Most recording sessions last for two hours and are available on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. There are also opportunities for volunteers to support Insight outside of the recording studio. Non-recording volunteer work covers a wide range of skill sets and responsibilities that are just as important and rewarding.
Top Florida State Football Players of All Time
Bryan Docobo practices criminal defense, personal injury, and immigration law in Florida as a solo practitioner at the Docobo Law Firm, PA. He earned his JD from Nova Southeastern University and his bachelor’s from Florida State University. Bryan Docobo continues to follow Florida State football in his free time.
Over the years, Florida State University has had several top football players go through its ranks. The following are just a few of the university’s top football players of all time:
-Warrick Dunn. A part of the Seminoles’ 1993 national championship team, Warrick Dunn is considered to be one of the team’s best runningbacks. He set the single-season record for most yards run and had a career rushing total of nearly 4,000 yards. Dunn was inducted to the Florida States Hall of Fame in 2002 and continued his career in the NFL after graduating.
-Charlie Ward. As the first ever Florida State Heisman Trophy winner, Charlie Ward played as the team’s quarterback. During the national championship season, he completed 70 percent of his passes totalling over 3,000 yards. His number was retired in 1993 when he won the Heisman, and he was elected into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2006.
-Fred Biletnikoff. Regarded as one of college football’s first receivers, Fred Biletnikoff had 57 catches for 11 touchdowns during his senior season in 1964. He was Florida State’s first All-American player and was drafted as the second pick in the NFL in 1965. The Biletnikoff award for top receivers is named in his honor.