Horace Alexander Moody
Horace Alexander Moody, founder of Beverage Law Institute, began his career within the law enforcement field and was elected as Sheriff of Levy County in 1976. Prior to establishing Beverage Law Institute, Horace spent a number of years within the law enforcement profession and was Sheriff of Levy County from 1976-1981. When his service came to an end, Horace was chosen to serve as Chief of Law Enforcement for the Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco. He held this position for six consecutive years before branching out and starting Beverage Law Institute. Horace’s thirty plus years of experience within the Liquor License Industry has developed Beverage Law into the thriving business it is today. Horace is currently the President of Beverage Law Institute which provides consulting services and employee training programs to alcohol-selling establishments. He also brokers licenses for clients, establishing mutually beneficial agreements. Horace’s extensive knowledge of the alcohol industry within Florida allows him to be called upon as an expert witness in civil court cases. To learn more about Horace’s expert witness experience (hyperlink to Expert Witness page) or buying and selling a license, please contact Horace directly at (850) 599-2480.