Wes E. Trombley

Wes Trombley is a partner with Trombley & Hanes, P.A., concentrating in the areas of both criminal and civil litigation.  Wes is a lifelong resident of Tampa, Florida, and graduated from Jesuit High School, the University of South Florida with a Business Marketing Degree, and Stetson University College of Law. As a law student and prior to becoming a member of the Florida Bar, Wes served in the 13th Judicial Circuit for Hillsborough County, Florida as a Judicial Intern and a Florida Supreme Court Certified Intern Prosecutor and he served for the 6th Judicial Circuit in Pinellas County, Florida where he wrote appeals for the Appellate Division.

In 2003 Wes began his legal career as a prosecutor for the Pinellas County State Attorney’s Office where he personally tried both misdemeanor and felony jury trials in county and circuit court for three years prior to joining Trombley and Hanes, P.A.  As a partner at Trombley & Hanes, P.A. Wes continues to litigate and has experience handling matters in both State and Federal court.

Wes has represented clients and handled matters in federal and state courts involving a wide range of white collar crime allegations such as Healthcare Fraud, Wire Fraud, Mail Fraud, Conspiracy, Tax Fraud, Embezzlement, Mortgage Fraud, Defense Contracting Fraud, Insurance Fraud, and related business crimes and offenses. He also defends clients against allegations related to Public Corruption, Drug Crimes, and DUIs.  During his practice Wes has represented a number of high profile athletes from the MLB, NFL, NBA, and the NHL in both Hillsborough and Pinellas County State Courts.  Also, Wes represents clients in personal injury matters in addition to serving as an advisor to a professional athlete management team to bring effective and critical thinking to the clients’ everyday legal issues.  Wes is recognized by Florida Super Lawyers as a Super Lawyers Rising Star.

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Wes is admitted to practice in all Florida State Courts, the United States Federal District Court for the Middle District of Florida and the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.