About the Founder – Michael A. Camadeco

Highly recommended Fort Myers Law Firm

Camadeco Law Group understands that there’s one shot at getting the verdict you need. That’s the top reason why this is such a highly selective practice – once you retain these services, you will be fought for you as if your case is the only one. When you feel as if you are taking constant broadsides from the legal system, you need a shield and a counterattack. 

During your case, you will be treated like family; that includes speaking directly to Michael.

You will be given straight, honest answers to any questions you may have.

A direct and honest approach is the only way to practice.

Bottom line? Nothing is more precious to us than your rights and reputation.

Michael A. Camadeco, Esq., Founder

I am a believer in the Constitution and your rights. This isn’t a line – it is the truth. Knowing that I am the only thing that can shield my client’s rights when they have been accused is my drive. I pride myself on defending the accused and being the voice for the voiceless.

Here are some things to know about me:

  • Graduate of Delaware Law School; Won several national trial competitions
  • Graduate of MSU of Denver (Degrees in Criminology, Criminal Justice, and Political Science); Summa Cum Laude; Captain of the men’s lacrosse team
  • Formerly with the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, which gives me a unique understanding of the juvenile delinquency system that few others, if any, in the state have
  • Formerly with the Pennsylvania Criminal Defense Clinic
  • Formerly with the Bucks County Public Defender’s Office
  • Awarded Top 40 Under 40 Criminal Defense Attorney by American Institute of Trial Lawyers

Jill Pringer, Esq., Attorney

Here are some things to know about Jill:

Jill A. Prenger is an experienced trial attorney.  Jill spent five years defending the public and the most vulnerable at the Public Defender’s Office.

Jill graduated from the University of Kansas School of Law. During her time at the University of Kansas, Jill interned as a Judicial Clerk and a research assistant for the ACLU. Jill was also a member of the Paul E. Wilson Project for Innocence and Post-Conviction Remedies, where she fought to overturn wrongful convictions.

While at the Public Defender’s Office, Jill tried a number of cases from misdemeanor petit thefts, batteries, and DUIs to felony burglaries, possessions of controlled substances, grand thefts, and sex offenses.

Jill is also experienced in dealing with mental health and substance abuse cases from competency to specialty courts.

Jill believes in all clients’ Constitutional rights and passionately fights for all of her clients through her strong motion, mitigation, and trial work.