Adam J. Komisar, Esq.

Adam J. Komisar is Of Counsel with The Law Office of Lee Meadows and founder of

Komisar Spicola, PA. He has spent his career specializing in all aspects of criminal law

and has over 10 years of experience litigating criminal cases in North Florida

Courtrooms. Adam and Lee first met on opposite sides of the court room when Adam

was as an Assistant State Attorney. Once in private practice, Adam and Lee developed

a relationship collaborating and co-counseling to assist their clients.

 

Throughout his time as a prosecutor, Adam handled multiple caseloads, including one

which consisted of 20% of all misdemeanor DUI prosecutions in Leon County and

another which specialized in all aspects of felony domestic violence. Adam has

prosecuted white collar cases including failure to remit state sales tax more than

$200,000 and an organized scheme to defraud over 30 victims through identity theft.

 

Before founding Komisar Spicola PA, Adam worked at a high-profile Tallahassee

criminal defense firm. He spent nine years strategizing, negotiating, and litigating on

behalf of the firms clients, including collegiate and professional athletes,

businesspersons, and politicians. He obtained not guilty jury verdicts for the firms’

clients on charges ranging from simple DUI to grand theft over $100,000 to sex crimes

which carried life sentences.

 

Adam maintains an active practice representing individual students and student

organizations before the University Student Conduct Counsels at Florida State

University and the University of Florida. These representations have included both

sides of complex Title IX claims and allegations of organizational hazing.

Along with criminal law, Adam has extensive experience successfully litigating both

sides of Domestic Relations & Family Law Injunctions. This includes domestic violence,

dating violating, repeat violence, stalking, and cyberstalking injunctions throughout

North Florida.
 

In 2021 Adam and William Spicola founded Komisar Spicola P.A. William previously

served as General Counsel for Florida Governor Rick Scott and was the General

Counsel of the Florida Constitution Revision Commission. He has also served as the

General Counsel to the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation

(DBPR) and in other roles at DPBR, including the Director of the Division of Alcoholic

Beverages and Tobacco and the Chief Attorney in the Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering.

William is also a former Assistant State Attorney in the 2nd Judicial Circuit of Florida,

prosecuting over 30 criminal trials.
 

Adam is a graduate of the University of Florida College of Business and the University

of Florida College of Law with Cum Laude Honors. He is a graduate of Lawton Chiles

High School and currently resides in Tallahassee.