V. Alexander Monteith (“Alex”) was born in Berlin, Germany and grew up overseas and throughout the United States as an “Army Brat”. Ever since moving to Merritt Island, Florida while his father was the stationed at Cape Canaveral, Alex has called Florida home, as it is the longest place he has ever lived.
Alex completed his undergraduate studies at the University of South Florida with a major in History and minor in Leadership Studies. While attending USF, he was heavily involved serving as President of the Delta Chi Fraternity and a Senator in Student Government.
Upon graduating from USF, Alex obtained his Juris Doctor from the University of Kansas, where he served as an Editor for the Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy. He authored Cell Site Location Information: A Catalyst For Change In Fourth Amendment Jurisprudence, which has been cited in other scholarly legal publications such as the Southern University Law Review, Catholic University Journal of Law & Technology, University of Richmond Journal of Law & Technology, and the American Bar Association’ s Criminal Justice Magazine.
After being admitted to the Florida Bar, Alex gained extensive courtroom experience prosecuting a wide variety of criminal cases when he was appointed as an Assistant State Attorney in Florida’s Sixth Judicial Circuit. In total, he has tried over 50 bench and jury trials in both Kansas and Florida State Courts. After serving as a prosecutor, Alex worked as an Associate Attorney with reputable a civil litigation defense firm in St. Petersburg, Florida focusing on third party bodily injury and first party property defense.
When not advocating on behalf of his clients, Alex enjoys fishing, golfing, watching Kansas Basketball and Chicago Bears football, and spending time with his wife, Natalie.