Brandie M. Tindall was born and raised in Okeechobee, Florida. Upon graduating from Okeechobee High School, Brandie attended the University of Florida where she graduated cum laude with a B.A. in Political Science and a Minor in Criminology in May of 2005. After the University of Florida, Brandie attended Stetson University College of Law in St. Petersburg, Florida.
While at Stetson, Brandie served on Stetson Law Review as an Assistant Notes and Comments Editor and participated in the Honors Program offered at the college. She also served as a judicial intern at the Second District Court of Appeal and the United States District Court, Middle District of Florida in Tampa. Brandie, also, worked part time as a law clerk at a local estate planning firm in Clearwater, Florida. In May 2008, Brandie graduated summa cum laude and third in her law school class from Stetson University College of Law.
After graduating from law school, Brandie returned to Okeechobee, Florida and began working at the Office of the Public Defender – 19th Circuit in Okeechobee, Florida in 2009. During her time at the Public Defender’s Office, Brandie handled juvenile, misdemeanor and felony cases from arrest through resolution. This representation included handling evidentiary motions, numerous bench and jury trials, and drafting appellate documents. In 2013, Brandie made the decision to leave the Public Defender’s Office and start her own law practice in her hometown.