Ita M. Neymotin
Ita M. Neymotin is the Regional Conflict Counsel for the Second District Court of Appeal. She was nominated by the Supreme Court of Florida Judicial Nominating Committee, appointed by Governor Rick Scott and confirmed by the Florida Senate to the position of Regional Conflict Counsel.
Ms. Neymotin has had a distinguished career as both a public and private practitioner. She graduated from law school with honors. She then went on to complete an advanced degree, a Master of Laws in Business.
Ms. Neymotin began her legal career as a prosecutor for the State Attorney’s Office. She gained experience prosecuting a wide variety of crimes. She then went on to practice as an Assistant Public Defender for approximately five years. In 2007, Ms. Neymotin was hired to head The Office of Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel for the Twentieth Judicial Circuit. She was in charge of the five county offices of the Twentieth Judicial Circuit. As Circuit Chief. Ms. Neymotin put her legal and business experience to work by implementing policies that were both cost saving and efficient.
In 2010, Ms. Neymotin moved on to private practice, by managing a local law office. Additionally, she taught classes at the Ave Maria School of Law. She has defended numerous cases ranging from fish and wildlife violations to murders. Ms. Neymotin has handled many high profile cases that have been featured on television, newspapers, and live feed media.
Ms. Neymotin is very dedicated to public service and helping her clients preserve their constitutional rights. Ms. Neymotin’s goal is to make the Office of Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel, Second District one of the most efficient and innovative agencies in the state.