With twenty-two years on the job, Las Vegas criminal defense attorney Michael Becker knows how to negotiate with prosecutors to reduce or dismiss your charges and minimize your penalties. If your case does go to trial, he has the experience of having defended over eighty jury trials, many of which resulted in full acquittals or hung juries.
Nevada criminal defense attorney Michael Becker is a graduate of the University of Miami School of Law and the University of Southern California. He also belongs to the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
Fluent in Spanish, Daniel Page has conducted close to 40 trials and has received acquittals for such charges as attempted murder, grand larceny, battery domestic violence, and battery with a deadly weapon causing substantial bodily harm. An alumnus of the William S. Boyd School of Law, Daniel laid the foundation of his criminal defense career by doing a three-year tenure as a public defender in Clark County, Nevada.
Amber Fuhriman is especially experienced in defending immigrant defendants facing criminal charges. A Magna Cum Laude graduate of Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Amber has successfully argued in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Board of Immigration Appeals. During law school, she served as a law clerk with the Clark County Public Defender's Office in Las Vegas, Nevada. She has also practiced in the areas of personal injury and family law.
A cum laude alumnus of UNLV's Boyd School of Law, Adam Solinger began honing his passion for criminal defense back in his undergraduate days at University of Redlands, where he worked as a research assistant on such timely legal issues as medical marijuana and death with dignity. He supplemented his law school studies by externing for a local judge as well as participating in Moot Court and Client Counseling competitions. Perhaps most notably, Adam externed with the Clark County Public Defender's Office, where he gained an unrivaled depth and breadth of experience in all aspects of fighting criminal charges.
Alina Kilpatrick hails from Howard University School of Law in Washington, D.C., and has accrued extensive criminal defense experience from her tenure as deputy public defender in Elko, Nevada. Impressively, Ms. Kilpatrick was selected to serve on the Supreme Court of Nevada's Bench Bar Committee and Criminal Procedure Committee.
A graduate of UNLV Law School, Daria earned a Dean's Award and served on law review. Daria won the Carl W. Tobias "Excellence in Writing" Award for her law review note on prostitution laws in Nevada. She holds a Bachelor's Degree and a Master's Degree in film studies from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.
The best defense is a good offense. A Harvard Law School alum, Las Vegas criminal defense lawyer Neil Shouse used to work as a deputy district attorney, so he knows firsthand the tactics and tricks the state use to convict citizens of crimes. Mr. Shouse now takes advantage of his five-years of experience as a prosecutor to ensure his clients have the most strategic and thorough defense achievable.
As a prosecutor, Neil Shouse handled over sixty jury trials and has won ninety-six percent of them. Also he has over three thousand DUI cases under his belt. An expert in criminal defense, Neil Shouse has been called upon to appear on Good Morning America, Court TV, Fox News, CNN and PBS.
Las Vegas criminal defense attorney Shouse graduated Harvard Law with honors, was an editor for a prominent law journal and had his thesis published in the National Quarterly on State and Local Government Law. He spent his undergraduate years at UC Berkeley, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa and with Highest Distinction.
Prior to his career in criminal law, Mr. Shouse was an associate at the civil law firm of Sidley Austin. While at Sidley, he litigated matters for some of the World's most prominent corporations, including Western Union, Metropolitan Life, AT & T and Microsoft.
Nevada criminal defense attorney Neil Shouse belongs to the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers .