Mr. Wagner practice focuses primarily on local government law. He spent 21 years working as an attorney for Alachua County, serving as County Attorney for the last 15 years. Prior to working for the County, Mr. Wagner served for 20 years in the U.S Army as an Artillery Officer (with service in Vietnam); Criminal Prosecutor, Associate Professor at the Army’s Judge Advocate School; Administrative and International Lawyer in Berlin, Germany; and as the Medical Malpractice Claims Manager for the Army.
Mr. Wagner is admitted to practice law in Florida (1978), in the Northern District Court of Florida (1992), and the United States Supreme Court (1981).
Education, Affiliations & Recognitions
United States Military Academy, West Point, New York (B.S. 1970)
University of Florida, J.D., With Honors, (1978)
President, Florida Association of County Attorneys, 2011-2012
Recipient, Florida Bar’s prestigious Ralph A. Marsicano Award for significant contributions to Local Government Law (2014)
Mr. Wagner was born in Steubenville, Ohio and raised in New Cumberland, West Virginia. Florida has been his home for the past twenty-eight years.