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He has no reported appellate or trial cases. He was admitted to the Florida Bar the year he graduated from law school, 2007. He has no disciplinary record. He is not board-certified. His law firm has 6 to 10 members.
Ask you lawyer about Mr. Domenech. He may have a local reputation.
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