Two-time Pulitzer Prize nominated journalist, national legal commentator, former lawyer for nationally high-profile college hazing and police informant murder trials, owner of a multi-media consortium.
Chuck Hobbs is a two-time Pulitzer Prize nominated journalist for commentary published in the New York Times, The Hill, Tallahassee Democrat, Grio and more.
He is a former lawyer for nationally high-profile college hazing and police informant murder trials. He was invited by the U.S. Department of Defense to observe and write extensively about the court proceedings for Khalid Sheikh Mohammad and the 9/11 terror co-conspirators.
He’s often called on for legal commentary on major cable television, and is the owner of Hobbservation Point Media Consortium.
Hobbs received his J.D. from the University of Florida, his masters with a concentration in history from Florida A&M University and his bachelors from Morehouse College. He’s a member of the Tallahassee Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, and a Prince Hall Free & Accepted Mason.
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Restoring Former Felon Voting Rights