/Timothy Baldwin

About Timothy Baldwin

Timothy Baldwin, born in 1979 and Pensacola, FL native, is an attorney licensed to practice law in Florida and Montana, and since 2004, has handled a variety of cases, including constitutional, criminal, and civil. Baldwin graduated from the University of West Florida in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Political Science. In 2004, Baldwin graduated from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, AL with a Juris Doctorate. From there, Baldwin became an Assistant State Attorney in Florida. Baldwin has tried nearly 60 jury trials, handled hundreds of litigation cases, and created a unique niche legal service for property management companies in Florida along with handling property damage insurance claims. Baldwin served as a public defender in Montana both as a contract attorney and employee for several years. Baldwin fought hard on many legal issues in Montana and exposed corruption during his legal battles against government actions. Baldwin is a published author, public speaker and student of political philosophy. Baldwin is the author of three books: Freedom For A Change; Romans 13-The True Meaning of Submission; and To Keep or Not To Keep: Why Christians Should Not Give Up Their Guns. Baldwin has authored hundreds of political articles relative to political science throughout the years and has been the guest of scores of radio shows and public events across America.