"Rob guided me through the most difficult time in my life ... His preparation for the case and his execution in trial were truly the difference ... I truly trusted him with my life and he came through. Not a great promoter or guy who likes to hype, but he delivers where it counts. I am truly grateful that I selected his name over the vast number of attorneys in the Boston area. I rarely provide recommendations, but in Rob's case, I recommend that anyone facing serious criminal charges, where their freedom and livelihood is at stake, that they contact Rob." CEO / Entrepeneur charged with wire and securities fraud, April 2019
"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
"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
"Your argument was the only (defense argument) that made me uncomfortable. I kept hoping it would end." Federal Prosecutor to Attorney Goldstein after multi-defendant federal trial
"That was the best closing argument I have ever seen." Co-Counsel to Attorney Goldstein after federal trial
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