Former Maricopa County Prosecutor on Your Side
Attorney, Adam Feldman graduated from the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor, with a B.A. in psychology. He then attended the University of Miami School of Law, in Coral Gables, where he graduated with a J.D. and cum laude honors. Adam Feldman has since applied these degrees in psychology and law to best serve his clients.
After graduating from law school, Adam Feldman accepted employment with the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office, in Phoenix, Arizona. He was trained under the auspices of former Maricopa County Attorneys, Rick Romley and Andrew Thomas. Adam Feldman gained invaluable experience and training under both administrations where he learned to prosecute cases ranging from DUI to violent crimes.
After leaving the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office, Adam Feldman joined forces with one of the largest criminal defense law firms in the State. Almost immediately, Adam Feldman’s criminal defense and litigation skills were so noteworthy that he was appointed as lead attorney for the criminal defense division of the law firm.
Here, Adam Feldman successfully defended cases including, but not limited to: DUI, Aggravated DUI, Forgery, Theft, Fraud, Drug Possession, Drug Sales, Drug Manufacturing, Assault, Aggravated Assault, Robbery, Armed Robbery, Sexual Abuse, Sexual Assault, Rape, Sexual Conduct with Minors, Molestation, White Collar Crimes, Auto-Theft, Negligent Homicide, Manslaughter, Murder in the Second Degree, and Murder in the First Degree.
Adam Feldman was continuously promoted within the criminal defense law firm due to his stellar reputation amongst prosecutors, judges, and other defense attorneys. Additionally, his writing skills, trial skills, and ability to obtain dismissals and not-guilty verdicts in some of the most difficult cases set him apart from his peers.
After several years working for a large criminal defense law firm, Adam Feldman decided to start his own law firm – The Feldman Law Firm, PLLC. Now, The Feldman Law Firm, PLLC has all the benefits of a large criminal defense law firm and none of the draw backs. Instead of having to handle fifty, sixty, or even seventy cases at any given time, Adam Feldman can maintain a low case load to best serve his clients.
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Aggressive, Experienced Defense for Every Case
very case is unique but one thing always remains the same. Whether defending a DUI or defending a Murder, every case requires aggressive, experienced criminal defense. With years of experience as a prosecutor and a defense attorney, Adam Feldman has the experience required to successfully take on the state or the government in any case.
Often experience alone is not enough. Just because anyone in any profession has been practicing for twenty years or more does not indicate that the professional has been doing it well and has continued to improve. Adam Feldman employs the assistance of nationally renowned experts in cases so as to best serve his clients and to increase his knowledge in every facet of defending a case. He also insists on constant education in all areas of criminal law so as to best use current nuances in his clients’ interests.
It is only with this experience, endless desire for knowledge, and aggressive approach towards each case that an attorney can aggressively pursue the appropriate resolution for every case. This is Adam Feldman’s pledge to you and your case.
Every Case is a Serious Case
There is no such thing as a minor case. To the individual that has been charged with a criminal offense, that case is the most serious case. Whether defending a college student that has been arrested for disorderly conduct or a high-profile professional being charged with a homicide, Adam Feldman seeks to provide the same aggressive, experienced defense across the board.
The odds are very high that your first brush with the law will be your last. Accordingly, you need an attorney that insists that this case, regardless of the charge or the potential consequences, is the highest priority for him and his staff because it definitely is for you. At The Feldman Law Firm, PLLC, every case is treated like the most serious case.
A Former Prosecutor to Assist Guide the Accused and Family
Being a former prosecutor gives a criminal defense attorney an edge against the rest of the defense attorneys. First, the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office spends thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours training their prosecutors. Each prosecutor is trained on the status of the law, rules of criminal procedure, rules of evidence, and litigation skills. Additionally, prosecutors are afforded tremendous guidance as they begin their journey as a courtroom litigator. Finally, the prosecutor’s office gradually increases the complexity of cases for recently hired attorneys. It is this gradual and guided progression that truly turns a novice attorney into a master.
When a trained prosecutor embarks on a career of criminal defense, he is already prepared for the most difficult aspects of being an exceptional criminal defense attorney.
A Law Firm Geared for Better Representation
The Feldman Law Firm, PLLC is geared towards more personal and better representation of those who have been accused of a criminal offense. Unlike many of the larger law firms that seek to gain as many clients as possible, The Feldman Law Firm, PLLC is selective with the number and types of cases so as to be available and dedicated to provide the best possible resolution.
At the Feldman Law Firm, PLLC, you know exactly who your attorney is. You know exactly who will be appearing with you at the next court hearing. You are provided with the attorney’s cellular phone to assure constant contact. You are encouraged to communicate with the attorney on a regular basis. While these things might seem like obvious business practices, there are many criminal defense firms that will farm the cases out to different attorneys at different stages of the case and will provide different attorneys at each hearing.