ABOUT BRIAN KRAMER
Brian Kramer was raised in Gainesville and graduated from Buchholz High School. His father, Dr. Dean Kramer, is a Gastroenterologist practicing medicine in Gainesville. His mother, Barbara Kramer, was a professor of Humanities and Ethics at Santa Fe College.
Brian holds an Associate’s degree from Santa Fe College, Bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida, and a Juris Doctorate from Stetson University College of Law.
After college, Brian, worked as a Public Defender for two years, later transferring to becoming an Assistant State Attorney. He has served as a prosecutor for 20 years and is currently the Executive Director for the Office of the State Attorney, 8th Judicial Circuit. In his work, Brian is entrusted to review and prosecute the most serious criminal cases in the Circuit as well as handle the administrative oversight of the office.
Brian is an Adjunct Trial Practice Professor at the University of Florida Levin College of Law. He has served as the Chairman of the Judicial Nominating Commission for the 8th Judicial Circuit, on the Executive Board for the Florida Bar’s Criminal Law Committee, and the 8th Circuit Grievance Committee B. He is involved in Rotary and is a member of the 8th Judicial Circuit Bar Association.
Brian lives in Gainesville with his wife, Annette, they have two daughters, Cassidy, who attends the University of Florida, and Hailey, who attends Oak Hall School.