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Attorney Profile: Dominick Salfi

Professional Profile:
DOMINICK SALFI is presently a member of the American Bar Association, the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, the Florida Bar and the Orange and Seminole County Bar Associations. His past memberships include the American Judicature Society, American Judges Association, Association of Family Conciliation Courts and Association of Law & Psychology, among many others. Mr. Salfi received the National Judges College Certification Award in 1973, 1975, and 1977, and the National Council of Juvenile & Family Court Judges Certification Award in 1974 and 1975. He has appeared in Who’s Who in American Law, Who's Who in Government, Who’s Who on the American Bench, and the Dictionary of International Biographies.

In 1987, as a lawyer, he utilized the experience he gained in all areas of law as a Circuit Judge, to fully represent his clients. He has tried a significant number of cases to verdict in both State and Federal Courts and argued appeals before the 11th Circuit Court, the District Courts, and Florida Supreme Court. Mr. Salfi has been awarded Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory’s highest rating: an AV rating. AV ratings are awarded to a select group of attorneys who have been recognized by their peers for their legal expertise and professional reputations.

Today, he continues the efforts he began as a State Attorney and Circuit Judge, demonstrating concern for his clients and for the quality of legal services provided to them, seeking to once and for all eradicate “Treadmill Justice.”

Personal Profile:
DOMINICK SALFI was born on August 29, 1937, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has four children: Dea, Joe, Dawn, and Don. He graduated from the University of Florida in 1958, and the University of Florida's Law School three years later. He has served as a legal instructor at the National Judicial College, the Georgia Superior Court Judges Conference, the American Association of Mediation and Family Therapists, the Institute of Group Psychotherapy, and Seminole Community College.

More Facts:
In 1997 he became the first American attorney allowed into Cuba to defend an American for alleged treasonous activities against Fidel Castro. Faced with death by firing squad, Mr. Salfi’s client’s death sentence was remitted and his life was spared. He is the Executive Producer on the feature film "The Karaoke King" and represents several media production companies in the entertainment arena.

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