Office of the State Attorney

Twentieth Judicial Circuit of Florida

 
 
 

 

Lee County 

State Attorney's Office

Lee County Justice Complex Center

All visitors must stop on the sixth floor to sign in.
2000 Main Street. 6th Floor
Fort Myers, Florida 33901
Switchboard Number to all Fort Myers Offices: (239) 533-1000

Felony/Domestic Violence Divisions
Lee County Justice Center Complex
2000 Main Street, 6th Floor
Fort Myers, Florida 33901
Felony Division Head: Kelly Worcester
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County Court Division
Lee County Justice Center Complex
2000 Main Street, 6th Floor
Fort Myers, Florida 33901
County Court Division Head: Larry D. Justham
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Located in Southwest Florida, Lee County is bordered by the Gulf of Mexico and Charlotte Harbor on the west, Charlotte County to the North, Collier County to the South, and Hendry County to the East. It is home to the cities of Bonita Springs, Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Fort Myers Beach, Lehigh, and Sanibel. One of the fastest growing counties in the nation, more than 500,000 residents call Lee County home, a number that doubles during the tourist season.

Lee County is known for the beaches of Sanibel, Captiva, Boca Grande, and Fort Myers Beach.  Nicknamed the Island Coast, its barrier islands border 804 square miles of land, Including 237 miles of inland and coastal waterways. The white sand beaches and opportunities for shelling make them popular tourist destinations. With an average annual temperature of 74.4 degrees (63.8 in January and 83.1 in August), its temperate climate has played a major part in the area's growth.

There are many education opportunities in Lee County. Florida's tenth university, Florida Gulf Coast University, opened in April of 2002. It joins other universities and colleges offering classes in the area.

Lee County is home to many festivals, including the Edison Festival of Light in February. It includes one of the largest night parades in the country. Fort Myers' pleasant climate and natural beauty have attracted residents around the country, including such notables as Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, and Harvey Firestone, all of whom had winter homes in Fort Myers.

 

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