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Former State Prosecutor

Mary Beth Corn served with distinction in the United States Air Force from 1985 until her Honorable Discharge in 1992. She obtained her bachelor’s degree from St. Leo College, Florida, graduating cum laude in 1991. In 1994, Ms. Corn graduated from Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport, Florida. She was admitted to the practice of law in Florida in 1995.

Ms. Corn gained invaluable trial experience serving as a prosecuting attorney for the State of Florida. She has extensive knowledge and experience litigating all levels of criminal offenses. She is a seasoned trial attorney and enjoys an impeccable record and reputation in the legal Community. Ms. Corn is a member of the Florida, Hillsborough County and Brandon Bar Associations. She is also a member of the United States District Court of the Middle District of Florida.


I work to examine every factor in every case that could work in your favor. Any of the following can severely impact the results of tests conducted during a typical DUI arrest. For instance:

• Breathalizer machines often give false readings.
• Police car lights can create nausea and disorientation.
• Medications can cause side effects that resemble intoxication.
• The conditions surrounding the administration of field sobriety exercises.



As a resident of Eastern Hillsorough County for many years, Mary Beth Corn is proud to claim this part of the county as her main territory.  The clients represented by Ms. Corn mainly reside in Brandon, Valrico, Riverview, Seffner, Lithia, Apollo Beach, Ruskin, Sun City, Dover and Plant City.  These clients come from all walks of life. Thousands of people such as executives, business owners, doctors, nurses, law enforcement officers, teachers, laborers, craftsman, military service members, stay at home parents, juveniles and seniors have all been the well represented clients of Ms. Corn.  The legal issues involved in all of these clients cases is as varied and unique as the people themselves.





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Frequently Asked Questions



Q I’ve been arrested for DUI, can I still drive?


A. If the police officer issued a DUI citation--this is your license for 10 days. You may legally drive for any purpose for 10 calendar days after your arrest.


Q. How can I avoid these suspensions?


A. You have a right to fight for your license. Call me to find out how. It is possible to avoid an in convenient license suspension.


Q. Will I Go To Jail? What Are The Potential Consequences?

A. It depends on your background and the mandatory sanctions of the law. Call us to put yourmind at ease.

Q. Will I be able to drive during and after the case?


A. If certain conditions aremet, you may be entitled to drive for work purposes. For some, the possibility of a license suspension is a life altering event. Your license is your livelihood. Let us help you protect it.


Q. What are my rights in court?


A. Charges can be dismissed if the police failed to follow proper procedures. Common issues involve the validity of the stop of the vehicle, and whether or not Mirandawas read. I review every case with an experienced eye for possible motions to have your case dismissed or have the evidence thrown out.


Q. Will my license be suspended? For how long? How do I drive to work?


A. It depends. Did you take the breath test or did you decline to give a breath sample? If you took the breath test your license could be suspended for 30 days. If you declined or “refused” to give a breath sample, you could lose your license for 90 days.