"I had the pleasure of watching you in action. You were absolutely phenomenal.
YOU ARE ONE HELL OF A TRIAL LAWYER!"
~ Attorney, Unsolicited Email, February 2015

When you select an attorney to represent you in potentially life-changing criminal litigation, you must dig deeper than simply reviewing facially attractive website pages of prospective attorneys and law firms. You should ask any prospective attorney about their actual trial experience defending clients in complex criminal prosecutions, how many government witnesses and what range of witnesses they have cross-examined, how many substantial opening and closing arguments they have delivered in major government prosecutions, and how many unique legal motions they have filed that have resulted in precedent-setting decisions. We then invite you to compare our record and experience.

We have de-constructed prosecutions involving millions and millions of pages of pretrial discovery. We have cross-examined virtually every conceivable witness—from cooperating corporate executives, to experts in arcane topics, to lifetime criminals. We have delivered lengthy opening statements and closing arguments in complex trials lasting months. And we have developed creative, precedent setting legal arguments that are the subject matter of national publications, and emulated by attorneys nationwide.

A federal or otherwise serious criminal prosecution jeopardizes your freedom, family and reputation—all that is worth living for. You need lawyers with actual trial experience and a record of success defending federal and state investigations and prosecutions. If you or a family member is the subject or target of a criminal investigation or prosecution, please contact us to learn more.

Testimonials

Goldstein pounced!

~ Boston Magazine, November 2003 (Describing cross-examination of federal agent)

I was astonished to learn he had graduated from law school only in 1995. I would have attributed another fifteen years experience to his resume.

~ Federal Judge, October 2001

You were the best lawyer in the courtroom.

~ Federal Prosecutor, 2008, following complex, multi-defendant criminal trial

I was astonished to learn he had graduated from law school only in 1995. I would have attributed another fifteen years experience to his resume.

~ Federal Judge, October 2001

Goldstein pounced!

~ Boston Magazine, November 2003 (Describing cross-examination of federal agent)

Mr. Goldstein, I practice federal criminal defense in Oklahoma City. Last week I had the pleasure of watching you in action...I saw some of your cross examination on Thursday and your closing argument on Friday. You were absolutely phenomenal and I was very impressed with your trial skills. You are one hell of a trial lawyer!

~ Federal criminal defense attorney (in unsolicited email), February 2015