Ken Martin

Ken Martin

Attorney Ken Martin brings a wealth of criminal defense and military justice to Wildlife Lawyers. Before running his own private practice, Attorney Martin served at U.S. Marine Corps headquarters in Washington D.C., where he was ordered to the Pentagon as the USMC representative to the Tiger team working to prosecute terrorists held in Cuba. From 1986 to 1988, he worked as a prosecutor and law office head in Cuba. He prosecuted the cases that the movie “A Few Good Men” was based on. He was portrayed by the actor Kevin Bacon in the film. Attorney Martin’s military justice career took him to Okinawa, Japan, where he tried criminal cases as a circuit military judge. He was also a circuit military judge in California and Arizona, trying criminal cases in the busiest judicial circuit on the Department of Defense

Recipient of the 2007 Florida Bar Leadership Award, Attorney Martin has also been an assistant professor at the University of Mississippi, where he taught classes in the school of liberal arts and was Marine Officer Instructor at the Naval Reserve Officer Training Unit. Additional highlights in his career include working as a trial judge, senior prosecutor, senior defense counsel, and defense attorney in California and Arizona. His well-rounded legal experience allows him to provide strategic legal representation and hard-hitting criminal defense in court. As a Colorado wildlife attorney, he works toward obtaining the most favorable outcome possible that will preserve a client’s hunting privileges. If you need help resolving a wildlife violation issue, Attorney Martin can help you take action.

Talk to Attorney Martin today to become better informed about your legal options.


  • Florida State University College of Law, J.D. – 1982
  • University of Virginia, LL.M. – 1998
  • Naval Justice School
  • Florida State University, B.A. – 1979

Bar Admissions

  • Florida

Professional Associations & Memberships

  • Military Officer’s Association of American Vice President Tampa Chapter
  • Florida Bar Military Affairs Committee (Former Chair)
  • Feldmann Nagel Cantafio & Song, PLLC
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  • The American Trial Lawyers Association | Top 100 Trial Lawyers
  • 10 Best | American Institute of Family Law Attorneys