Davids experience has offered him a wealth of insight, training and exposure to Internet crimes and how the legal system to deal with computer crimes is being formed. David attended Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. After two semesters with a ranking in the top-10% of his class, David transferred to the University of Miami School of Law, where he received his Juris Doctorate degree in 2004.
br,>David attended Goucher College, in Towson, Maryland, where he received his Bachelor of Arts, with a major in business and a minor in pre-law in 2001. After graduating early, David worked as a paralegal in New York City on a major products liability litigation suit before attending law school. Thanks to his time as a prosecutor, Davids practice as a Fort Lauderdale cyber crime criminal defense attorney has benefited from numerous training sessions and experts who helped him understand the complexities of how technology relates to the law. As cyber law develops, it is taking on shape and form, as our profession begins to interpret the details of its relationship to technology. In court, David has proven to be creative, intuitive and aggressive in his victories as a Miami-Dade criminal defense lawyer. Having tried numerous cases and countless motions, David has shown that he can win inside the courtroom. Outside the halls of justice, David has demonstrated his negotiating skills in successfully resolving numerous legal matters. David has become an experienced litigator both in and out of the courtroom and looks forward to defending your rights.