Ms. Rossomondo graduated from Florida State University with a degree in Criminal Justice before continuing on to Florida State University College of Law. During law school, Ms. Rossomondo was active in the Black Law Student Association and was awarded an externship with the Innocence Project. After obtaining her law degree in 2004, Ms. Rossomondo applied her passion for the courtroom and devotion to providing legal representation at the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit Public Defendant’s Office. Over her 13 years at the Public Defender’s Office, Ms. Rossomondo vigorously defended clients in every aspect of criminal proceedings, including probable cause hearings, arraignments, plea negotiations, motion practice and jury trials.
Since leaving the Public Defender’s Office in 2018, Ms. Rossomondo has taken to civil litigation in stride where she handled a variety of civil and commercial matters before accepting a position at St. Denis & Davey, P.A.
J.D., Florida State University College of Law, Tallahassee, Florida, 2004
B.S., Florida State University, 2000
Bay County Bar Association
Minority Participation in Legal Education Scholarship (1998-2000)