Randy brings more to your case than the average attorney. As an Air Force Veteran and Lieutenant Colonel and F15 Pilot for the Florida Air Guard, he lives his life by the core values of “Integrity first, service before self, excellence in all we do.”
Fighter pilot training requires the ability to handle intense pressure, manage fear, and the ability to incorporate new information at a faster pace than others. The personal qualities of precision, tenacity, fearlessness and confidence enabled Randy to complete this training and reach a position very few others achieve. These character traits and abilities that Randy developed while serving our country in the Air Force and Air Guard are the very same qualities the person defending your rights should have.
As an Assistant State Attorney, Randy gathered a wealth of experience in criminal proceedings. He handled over 2,000 cases in his years with the State Attorney’s office, and successfully prosecuted thousands of misdemeanor and felony cases – many of them resolved through jury trials. The experience Randy gained as a prosecutor is tremendously valuable to you as his client because he understands the ins and outs of legal proceedings and the details that may mean the difference between incarceration and freedom.
Randy strives to be the kind of attorney that he would want to hire for his own family members. While proud of his achievements and confident in his abilities, Randy retains a level of humility not often witnessed in the legal field. In the same way he feels that flying an F15 is a privilege, he recognizes the privilege it is that you entrust him with what may be one of the most important situations of your life. He will handle your case aggressively and compassionately from start to finish, working hard to defend your rights and liberty.
LCDR, USN (Ret), Esquire
Priscilla “PJ” Justiniano was born in Dominican Republic and raised in New York City. After graduating high school, she joined the U.S. Navy, completing several Western Pacific and Latin America deployments in support of Operation Desert Storm and Enduring Freedom. PJ’s career spanned three decades, half of those at sea, as one of the first women to serve on both non-combatant and combatant ships. Throughout her distinguished career, she served in numerous aviation and submarine commands and served as warrior support for a Naval Special Warfare command. PJ rose quickly through the enlisted, warrant and officer ranks, optimizing her military, educational and legal training opportunities.
After retiring, PJ served as an Assistant Public Defender, where she advocated for hundreds of Duval, Clay and Nassau county residents in Veterans, Adult and Juvenile Drug and Mental Health courts. Recently, as the Lead Attorney, for the Florida Coalition for Domestic Violence’s Injunction for Protection Attorney Project, at Micha’s Place, Inc., she tirelessly defended the rights of domestic, dating, stalking and sexual assault survivors who sought legal protections from their abusers.
PJ now brings her talents and servant’s heart to our firm, qualified and ready to serve our clients in the Criminal, Personal Injury, Traffic, DUI and Family Law practice areas. She is also fluent in Spanish to better serve the growing Hispanic community on the First Coast.
PJ is married to ABHCM(AW/SW) Hector Justiniano, USN (Ret) and they have four children and two granddaughters.
Hugo began his legal profession litigating medical malpractice and commercial cases that ultimately resulted in millions of dollars recovered. When he expanded his practice to Criminal and Family law, Hugo took advantage of the litigation skills he had developed in the complex world of medical malpractice and commercial litigation. He has since successfully defended over a hundred cases in traffic and criminal offenses throughout the State of Florida. He has also handled many Family law matters, including child dependency, support, dissolution of marriage and modification.
Hugo received his Bachelor’s degree from Florida State University in 1993. He later received his Juris Doctorate from New York Law School in Manhattan, New York. In 2001, he became licensed by the Florida Bar to practice law in all county, circuit and district courts. He is a member of the American Bar Association and of the Broward Hispanic Bar Association.
Dr. Suny Caminero
Staff Medical Doctor
Dr. Suny Caminero, the firm’s on staff Medical Doctor, was born in New York City. Her family enjoyed the rare opportunity to move back to the Dominican Republic where she was raised. Her experiences in the D.R., her return to the United States, combined with her medical education make her singularly qualified to support the mission of the Law Offices or Randy Reep.
She received her Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Connecticut, and was an Intensive Care Unit nurse before attending Medical School. For her M.D. she studied at Michigan State University in Lansing, MI. She then completed a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Florida (Jacksonville, FL). She was also the Chief Resident while at Shands Jacksonville.
Dr. Caminero has received many teaching awards while at the University of Florida and has authored several research papers and presentations. She is a member of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and many other medical associations.
In addition to English, Dr. Caminero is fluent in Spanish. These attributes, along with a bed side manner of competence, caring, and compassion, make Dr. Caminero one of the true highlights of the office.
While it is true that our clients love Dr. Caminero, her primary function within the firm is to ensure the attorneys and staff have the medical resources available as to an expert understanding of the nature and cause of various injuries. She also provides evaluation of diagnostic tools and their respective results enabling our legal team to better fight for our clients. Together the team combines these tools, the collective knowledge, and skills to capture the essence of a case, and maximize its value.
Dr. Caminero’s interests include her medical practice at St. Vincent’s Hospital (Riverside), her family, and assisting those who have injured in finding relief.
Associate Attorney LCDR (USN)
John Holzbaur grew up in Jacksonville and enlisted in the US Navy immediately after graduation from Wolfson High School. John served for over twenty-three years as a Naval Helicopter Aircrewman and Helicopter Rescue Swimmer and as a commissioned Naval Flight Officer.
John flew as a Special Projects Mission Commander in the P-3 Orion aircraft, instructed student aviators in the T-1 and T-39 jet aircraft, and he deployed on frigates, destroyers, cruisers and aircraft carriers. John completed many combat tours over his years of service which culminated in his final tour as Officer-in-Charge of a direct action Joint Special Operations Aviation Detachment in Afghanistan.
After retiring Honorably in 2012, John was tasked by the Public Defender to research the national problem of incarcerated veterans. Over several years, John helped form a multidisciplinary team including the Public Defender’s Office, the private criminal defense Bar, the State Attorneys Office, Court administration, and the judiciary to establish several Veterans Treatment Courts in the Fourth Judicial Circuit. In 2017, the Duval County Veterans Treatment court was recognized as a National Mentor Court by the national governing body.
John pursued his law degree at night while advocating for Veterans during the day and he was awarded his Juris Doctor, Cum Laude, in December 2017.
John’s veteran can-do aggressive style affords clients of the Law Offices of Randy Reep unmatched tenacity in and out of the courtroom. John was recognized by the Jacksonville City Council with Resolution 2015-676, commending him for his work with justice affected Veterans.
John has been married to Anastasia for 25 years and have three daughters, Maeghan, Eve, and Ana.