Firm Background

Dominick J. Salfi is the senior member of the firm. He was born in Philadelphia, PA, in 1937 and moved to Florida in his high school years. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (1958) and a Juris Doctor (1961) from the University of Florida. He gained his early experience as an attorney in private practice with Hornsby, Johnson, Yurko & Salfi (1961-66) and Fishback, Davis, Dominick & Salfi (1966-70).

In 1967, Mr. Salfi served as legal counsel to the Orange-Seminole Legislative Delegation. In July of that year, he was appointed as State Attorney for the 18th Judicial Circuit.

In 1970, Mr. Salfi was appointed to the circuit bench of the 18th Judicial Circuit. At that time, it was reported that he was the youngest Circuit Judge to hold such office in the history of the state. Upon assuming the post of Circuit Judge, he worked in all divisions of the Court (Probate, Family, General Civil, Criminal, and Juvenile). During his tenure as a Circuit Judge he had the opportunity to serve temporarily as an Associate Judge in the Fourth District Court of Appeals and as an Associate Justice of the State Supreme Court. He was re-elected without opposition in 1972 and 1984. In 1978, he withstood a re-election challenge by winning every precinct in Seminole and Brevard counties. After 16 years on the bench, Mr. Salfi retired in 1987 to open the Law Offices of Dominick J. Salfi, P.A., d/b/a SALFILAW.

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