About David SteinDavid S. Stein, the principal attorney, earned his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park, graduating with honors. Attorney Stein obtained his Juris Doctor, (J.D.) from the prestigious George Washington National Law Center, active in the academic AIPLA Journal and graduating at the top of his class. He worked as a summer associate in the prominent law firm of Holland & Knight and intern-clerked with the Honorable Judge Evelyn Queen in the District of Columbia Superior Court, in both criminal and civil calendars.
Following graduation from law school, Attorney Stein took a position with the international firm, Novamark, headquartered in Paris, focusing on international transactions and litigation. Thereafter, he joined a local Washington, D.C. boutique litigation firm before establishing the Law Offices of David Stein.
Over the past ten years, Attorney Stein has established himself as a tenacious and accomplished litigator in the Washington, D.C. and Maryland jurisdictions. His drive for excellence and client satisfaction has earned him a reputation as a fierce, and an unrelenting advocate.
David Stein has been admitted to practice in the Maryland Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Court of Appeals, US District Courts (MD & DC), as well as Supreme Court of the State of New York. He is also an active member of DC Bar Association.
- Appeals & Appellate
- Business Law
- Criminal Law
- White Collar Crime
Additional Practice Areas
- Car Accidents
- General Civil
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|Member, District of Columbia Bar|
Law Office of David Stein
The Law Offices of David Stein specializes in criminal defense, family law and civil litigation. ...The Law Offices of David Stein specializes in criminal defense, family law and civil litigation. The firm litigates complex and demanding criminal and civil matters in both the District of Columbia and Maryland jurisdictions. With two convenient offices in the DC metro area, the firm is steps away from the Courthouse complex and serves both DC and Maryland clients. Hide
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Blog: The Law Offices of David Stein | Legal Blog
PARENTAL FITNESS DEFINED; RECENT COURT OF APPEALS DECISION RECENT COURT OF APPEALS RULING — CRIMINAL SENTENCING LAWS RECENT COURT OF APPEALS REVERSAL — DERIVATIVE EVIDENCE OF ILLEGAL STOP: RECENT COURT OF APPEALS DECISION RECENT DC COURT OF APPEALS REVERSAL D.C. Marijuana Legalization Initiative 71 –BEARING AND CARRYING HANDGUN IN THE DISTRICT – RECENT COURT OF APPEALS DECISION: STATUTORY DEFINITION, CARRYING A DANGEROUS WEAPON: COURT OF APPEALS REVERSES ON 4TH AMENDMENT GROUNDS
http://www.familylawdc.com/blog/2015/03/parental-fitness-defined-recent-court-of-appeals-decision/— David Stein (@DavidSteinLaw) March 23, 2015
RECENT COURT OF APPEALS DECISION: http://www.familylawdc.com/blog/2015/02/recent-court-of-appeals-ruling-criminal-sentencing-laws/— David Stein (@DavidSteinLaw) March 6, 2015
RECENT COURT OF APPEALS DECISION: http://www.familylawdc.com/blog/2015/01/recent-court-of-appeals-reversal/— David Stein (@DavidSteinLaw) March 6, 2015
DERIVATIVE EVIDENCE: http://www.familylawdc.com/blog/2014/12/derivative-evidence-of-illegal-stop-recent-court-of-appeals-decision/— David Stein (@DavidSteinLaw) March 6, 2015
RECENT COURT OF APPEALS DECISION: http://www.familylawdc.com/blog/2014/11/recent-dc-court-of-appeals-reversal/— David Stein (@DavidSteinLaw) March 6, 2015
My answer to: False police statement? What can I do to make things right? http://rpx.me/1/irG7l— David Stein (@DavidSteinLaw) February 26, 2015
My answer to: Do I need to pay for child support and sign the birth certificate? http://rpx.me/1/9Fy7l— David Stein (@DavidSteinLaw) February 17, 2015
My answer to: Filing for child support only vs. custody and child support? http://rpx.me/1/p5k7l— David Stein (@DavidSteinLaw) February 1, 2015
My answer to: Spousal support in short marriage http://rpx.me/1/-lf7l— David Stein (@DavidSteinLaw) January 25, 2015
My answer to: Is the father entitled to discovery, to determine whether or not to go to trial on a Protect... http://rpx.me/1/vV3w— David Stein (@DavidSteinLaw) January 11, 2015