Tiara L. Burnette graduated Magna Cum Laude from Minnesota State University, eventually earning her Juris Doctorate Degree at Hamline University School of Law. Ms. Burnette is now an associate attorney at Floyd, Skeren & Kelly, LLP – a highly respected and successful law firm serving the Los Angeles, California. Ms. Burnette is an associate attorney with the law office at our location in Thousand Oaks, where she works to defend the legal rights of individuals accused of DUI and other criminal charges. Her work for the firm is a reflection of her professional experience and dedication to giving the best legal assistance she can offer to the accused.
While at Minnesota State University, Ms. Burnette received several prestigious academic honors acknowledging her dedication to education – a dedication that she now devotes to DUI and criminal defense. While an undergrad, she earned the Honors Apprentice Academic scholarship, and was later granted the Presidential Academic Scholarship for law school. Her academic achievements extended past scholarships, though. She was also a member of the National moot court team and on the Dean's List. After school, Ms. Burnette served two federal judicial internships. As an intern, she was involved in many complicated cases, also drafting Bench Memoranda involving criminal law.
Ms. Burnette is devoted to becoming the most effective DUI defense attorney she can be and is certified to administer and evaluate the Standardized Field Sobriety Test by the National Highway and Transpiration Safety Administration and the International Association of chiefs of Police. She earned this certification by participating in the Standardized Field sobriety Test course. Ms. Burnette's reputation precedes her to the court room – a reputation of aggressive, passionate defense for those accused of DUI. Her skill as a defense attorney and vast understanding of criminal law put Ms. Burnette on the cutting edge of DUI defense. She is passionate about her work and dedicated to defending the legal writes of the criminally accused.