About William Ezzell

William Ezzell is a graduate of the University of Alabama's juris doctor program. He currently serves as a consultant at Maximum Security Group and as a legal researcher at the Alachua Conservation Trust. Over the years, William Ezzell has earned several recognitions, including an Excellence in Service Award from the Child Advocacy Center and board certification in criminal trial law.

Before assuming his current professional roles, William Ezzell served as a criminal prosecutor at the Office of the State Attorney in Gainesville, Florida. He also held adjunct faculty positions at the Santa Fe College Institute of Public Safety, the University of Florida College of Law, and the Florida Coastal School of Law. In these capacities, he taught courses on subjects such as trial practice, criminal law, and criminal procedure.

Moreover, Bill Ezzell has been published in two peer-reviewed journals. One of his articles focused on the relationship between racial identification and purity laws in Nazi Germany and the "Jim Crow" laws in the American South.

Work History

Work History
May 2002 - Sep 2014

Assistant State Attorney

Office of the State Attorney, Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida
Jan 2003 - Dec 2011

adjunct instructor

Santa Fe College, Institute of Public Safety
Jan 2008 - May 2010

adjunct professor of law

University of Florida College of Law


Aug 2005 - Present


The University of Florida
Aug 1999 - May 2002

JD - law

University of Alabama
Aug 1995 - May 1999


Emory University