Alfredo R. Zamora is a seasoned attorney specializing in representing individuals and corporations in intricate investigations, criminal prosecutions, and civil litigation. With nearly 14 years of litigation experience, Alfredo has successfully tried over 30 cases to jury verdict and numerous others in bench trials before the court. His expertise extends to highly contested family law matters, including petitions for final injunctions.

Recognizing the importance of thorough preparation and strategic planning, Alfredo approaches each case with the mindset that it may go to trial, yet he understands that optimal resolutions often arise through alternative dispute resolutions. He collaborates closely with clients to craft strategic litigation plans, utilizing the discovery process to unearth relevant facts and crafting compelling motions tailored to their best interests. Alfredo's extensive experience encompasses conducting hundreds of depositions and arguing a diverse range of motions in both state and federal courts.

Prior to joining Losey PLLC, Alfredo served as a state prosecutor in two of Florida's largest prosecutor’s offices—the eleventh judicial circuit of Miami-Dade County and the Ninth judicial circuit of Orange and Osceola counties. In these roles, he handled a multitude of cases and held leadership positions, supervising various units of lawyers.

Alfredo also ran a private practice where he focused on state and federal criminal defense, family law, and civil litigation. He has been entrusted to defend public employees, pastors, and small business owners in legal battles across the State of Florida.

Community Involvement

Community engagement and mentorship hold significant importance to Alfredo, who firmly believes in giving back to others. He has served as a mentor to undergraduate legal studies students at the University of Central Florida, participated as a guest speaker at UCF Law Day, and volunteered to judge various mock trial competitions. Additionally, Alfredo served on the board of the Hispanic Bar Association of Central Florida and is a former member of the League of Prosecutors. His chosen charity, the March of Dimes, benefits from his volunteerism and support.

Thought Leadership

Alfredo's thought leadership extends beyond legal practice; he has been invited by the U.S. State Department to speak on public corruption investigations to foreign delegates. He has also served as a guest speaker at various institutions including the Pine Hills Community Counsel, FAMU College of Law, and Bishop Moore Catholic School.

Admissions and Professional Memberships

Alfredo is a member of the Florida Bar and is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Courts for the Middle and Southern districts of Florida.

Educations and Professional Background

Alfredo graduated cum laude from the University of Florida, Levin College of Law, where he served as an editor of the Science and Technology Law Review, President of the Hispanic Latino Law Student Association, and a trial team competitor in the BLSA Mock Trial Competition. He holds a B.S. in Legal Studies with a minor in criminal justice from the University of Central Florida and is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon.

When he's not advocating for his clients, Alfredo enjoys spending quality time with his wife and their five children. An avid fisherman and music enthusiast, he is always on the lookout for good live performances spanning various genres.