FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Attorney Stephen W. Dommerich has joined the law firm of Goldstein, Buckley, Cechman, Rice & Purtz, P.A. where he will specialize in Personal Injury Law, General Law, Civil litigation and Criminal law.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Dommerich worked for 3 years as an Assistant State Attorney for the State Attorney’s Office (20th Circuit) in Fort Myers. He was assigned to misdemeanor, domestic violence and felony dockets where he prosecuted 45 trials. Stephen had interned at the SAO for two summers
assigned to the Misdemeanor and Economic Crimes Units, before graduating law school.
Stephen is a member of the Florida Bar and the Lee County Bar where he is currently in the Criminal Practice Section. He graduated from Fort Myers High School and earned his undergraduate degree in Marketing at Florida State University, where he was a member of their Habitat for Humanity chapter. He
attained his Juris Doctorate degree at Nova Southeastern University- Shepard Broad Law Center. While at Nova he acted as the Director of Development of the school’s Criminal Law Society.
Stephen is also a member of The Calusa American Inn of Court and is on the Board of the Southwest Florida Seminole Club, a non-profit organization which raises money to provide college scholarships for deserving students While attending law school at Nova Southwestern, he acted as the host of the local weekly radio show on WLAW -FM.
His outside interests include: playing golf, basketball, tennis, and especially fishing. When asked why he decided to enter the law, he said, “ I was inspired by my father who is now a retired circuit court judge.”