Hon. Paul Alessandroni is a judge for the Charlotte County Court in the Twentieth Judicial Circuit of Florida. He was elected to the bench in 2006.
During his judicial tenure, Alessandroni has held assignments in the Probate/Guardianship Division and has presided over First Appearance Hearings and Teen Court. He also served as administrative judge for Charlotte County.
Prior to his election, Alessandroni spent three years working as a full-time magistrate in Charlotte County, beginning in 2003. Before that, he was a part-time Family Law Case manager and Family Law magistrate.
Alessandroni also entered into private practice in 1995, where he handled criminal defense and family law matters and spent thirteen years as an assistant state attorney with the Office of the State Attorney for the Twentieth Judicial Circuit in Punta Gorda (1981 to 1994). After five years as a prosecutor, he was promoted to supervisor of the office in Charlotte County.
He received a B.S. in political science and criminal justice from the University of South Florida. Alessandroni went on to complete a J.D. at Stetson University College of Law in 1981.
His memberships have included the Conference of County Court Judges, where he served on the Specialty Courts Committee (chair) and Technology Committee.
He was appointed by former Governor Jeb Bush to serve as a member of the Interstate Adult Offender Council. Alessandroni has also sat on the Court Statistics and Workload Committee (chair), the Judicial Needs Assessment Committee (chair), the Trial Court Performance and Accountability Commission, the County Court Jurisdiction Workgroup, the Clerk Maintenance System Technical and Functional Standards Subcommittee, the Legislative Provisio Response Committee, and the Judicial Liaison Team.
Alessandroni was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After living in Ocean City, New Jersey, his family relocated to Clearwater, Florida, in 1969, after the retirement of his father, the Hon. John Alessandroni (Ret.). He went on to attend Clearwater High School.
He and his wife, Karen, a retired teacher, have one daughter.