Scott B. Weinberg
Scott B. Weinberg grew up in Chicago, Illinois and Northern Virginia. Scott attended Marshall University where he graduated with honors and received a Bachelor’s of Arts degree. While attending Marshall University, Scott was a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity and various other student organizations. After Marshall University Scott Attended Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan where he graduated at the top of his class.
After law school Scott worked as an Assistant States Attorney in the 20th Judicial Circuit and was assigned to the Punta Gorda office in Charlotte County, Florida. While at the State Attorney’s Office, Scott tried over 30 jury trials including theft charges, DUI cases, and drug related cases. Since being in private practice, Scott has been able to expand his trial portfolio by trying burglary cases, rape cases, robbery cases, and most recently a Murder case in Pinellas County which resulted in a 43 minute not guilty verdict. It was Scott’s hard work, and refined trial skill that caught the eye of our firm, and from there decided to make Scott part of our team.
Scott comes from a long line of attorneys. Both his grandfathers were attorneys and both his parents are practicing criminal trial attorneys. Starting off as an associate, Scott quickly and consistently showed the firm of his commitment to the client and to their success. Within a couple of years of being an associate, Scott became a partner at Brown, Suarez, Rios, Weinberg P.A., and handles a majority of cases in our Charlotte and Sarasota County offices.
Scott is a proud father of 2 beautiful little girls. Scott is involved in his local community, and is currently the president of his neighborhood association. Scott believes strongly in an individual’s right to bear arms, and is an avid and responsible gun collector. Scott has been the guest speaker at various National Rifle Association functions and several Concealed Carry classes throughout Southwest Florida. Scott is also very fond of sports and enjoys playing flag football and basketball in local intramural teams.
- Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Lansing, Michigan
- J.D. - 2009
- Honors: Cum Laude
- Marshall University , Huntington, West Virginia
- Honors: Cum Laude
- Major: History Education
- Charlotte County FACDL, President, 2016 to Present
- Criminal Law 80%
- Personal Injury 20%
- Florida, 2009
Fraternities or Sororities
- Pi Kappa Alpha
- Todd Katz
- Joshua Putter
- 20th Judicial Circuit, Assistant States Attorney, 2010 to 2011
Current Employment Position