John Contini has over 30 years of experience in Broward County as a busy trial lawyer, and a prosecutor before that, then a Circuit Court Judge, author, Mediator, consultant, life coach, and Founder of Contini Solutions. John became a prosecutor for four years, followed by his own business as a criminal defense lawyer and trial attorney for 27 years, until 2014. He was elected as a Circuit Court Judge in late 2014 for four years: two on the criminal bench, and two on the family bench. Upon retiring as a Circuit Court Judge, John has been enjoying a new career as a “go-to” mediator, successfully resolving all the issues in 87% of those cases to date. John is committed to helping ALL families and individuals with caring, affordable resolution to any dispute or problem, ie., “through mediation that will save you and your family many thousands of dollars, while also protecting your mental and emotional and physical health and serenity!” With the prohibitively high cost of hiring an attorney, John will now help you find the right lawyer for your unique situation — and this is necessary ONLY if you actually do need a lawyer! As a former Judge, he tells you like it is, “straight up,” ie, reminding you that you may not actually need a lawyer, that most problems in life can be resolved without lawyers. If it is absolutely necessary for you to have a lawyer, he will be the first to tell you — and as a retired Circuit Court Judge, John knows the most compassionate and hard-working, honest, and affordable lawyers in every area of the law. John enjoys a tremendous reputation helping thousands of families over a few decades now in South Florida. A quick look at google reviews and all the testimonials on ContiniSolutions.com and a quick review of his unparalleled experience is all you need to know, in finding peace about relying on his direction. In times of legal trouble — or when someone you know is in need of a lawyer or legal direction for any or all issues, John Contini is the ideal person to contact for help.
The defense attorney for a former Metro Dade police officer accused of murder, says the state has no case against his client, Gil Fernandez. Attorney John Contini says there is no physical evidence linking Fernandez to a 1983 triple murder on the edge of the Everglades. Contini also claims the prosecution is relying heavily on testimony from informant Michael Carbone, a person Contini says is not at all credible. You don’t want to just have one flip, confidential informant, who’s not so confidential. He’s all over the news now, an extortionist, who commits kidnapping involved in these same homicides gets immunity for the same crimes and he’s working off his own extortion beef, and he’s got repeated convictions in his past. You don’t want that as your cheap piece of evidence to try to convict somebody. If alleged Carbone was with Fernandez and an accomplice. When the murders occurred, while prosecutors are believed to have all their witnesses, they declined to the comment today saying they’ll talk tomorrow morning at a hearing for Fernandez.