Scott Tremblay, P.A.


Scott Tremblay is a graduate of the University of South Florida, where he majored in Criminal Justice. After graduation in 1999, he worked as Assistant Manager for American Investigation Management, which entailed setting up surveillance, tailing claimants, documenting activities with video and written reports, and providing background checks on claimants. Scott Tremblay attended Thomas M. Cooley Law School from 1999-2002 where he was awarded Juris Doctor and CUM LAUDE. Scott also made Dean’s List, and Honor Roll, and was rank 24 out of 146 in Law School.

In 2003 Scott went on to become an Assistant State Attorney in the 6th Judicial Circuit where he worked on misdemeanor and felony cases. This included filing and responding to motions, sending discovery, preparing subpoenas and participating in jury as well as non-jury trials.

In 2007 Scott Tremblay started his own private practice focused mainly on criminal defense. As the practice grew, Scott began to handle a variety of cases including family law, personal injury, and general civil litigation.

Scott Tremblay has a strong background in criminal law and is highly dedicated to aggressively representing your case. Scott strives to provide you with quality representation in a timely and professional manner. Mr. Tremblay has handled over 5000 criminal cases so far in his career.

knowledgeable, hard working and gets the job done

I am a personal injury attorney and work with another attorney who does land use and zoning. Were were referred to Mr. Scott Tremblay for three of our clients over the last six months who needed competent criminal representation due to vicissitudes beyond the scope of this review. Mr. Tremblay is a lawyer who is very clever, knowledgeable, hard working and gets the job done in full with no loose ends. I would recommend him highly to anyone for any criminal matter. He was extremely competent in the matters which my partner and I referred to him.

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