Assistant District Attorney
Scott Rogillio is a native of Natchez, Mississippi. He graduated with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Mississippi State University in 1987. In 1991, Scott graduated from the Mississippi College School of Law, and he interned with the Ringer Law Firm in Florence, Mississippi while attending law school. Upon graduation and until 1994, he was an associate lawyer with that firm where he practiced civil law and prosecuted misdemeanor violations in Municipal Court.
For the past twenty-two years, he has dedicated his career to prosecuting felony crimes including all property offenses, violations of the controlled substances law, sexual offenses, crimes against children, and all violent offenses. In addition to prosecuting those felony offenses as an Assistant District Attorney in four separate Circuit Court Districts, he was appointed as a Special Assistant United States Attorney in the United States Southern District Court of Mississippi in a joint effort to prosecute State and Federal civil rights violations. From 2001-2004, he prosecuted offenders of the Vulnerable Adults Abuse Acts as an Assistant Attorney General. The victims of which included the elderly, those with special needs, and those in care facilities.