About The Authors
Regarded as one of Atlanta's top criminal defense lawyers, Noah received his undergraduate degree from Emory University College in 1992, and his law degree (with distinction) from Emory University School of Law in 1995. In July of 1995, Noah started his career by prosecuting misdemeanor cases in the DeKalb County Solicitor's Office. In 1998, Noah joined the DeKalb County District Attorney's Office where he prosecuted felony cases including: drug trafficking, rape, murder, armed robbery, child molestation and child homicide. Since 2001, Noah has defended people throughout the State of Georgia in all types of criminal cases, including: juvenile delinquencies, misdemeanors, felonies, and criminal appeals. Noah's knowledge of the criminal justice system and the trial skills he gained as a prosecutor makes him an invaluable asset to the clients he represents. His meticulous trial preparation and knowledge of the law makes him a formidable opponent every time he steps into a courtroom.
Noah H. Pines, Esq.
Ross & Pines, LLC
Anthony J. Falangetti has his roots in Southern California where the San Pedro native lives and practices Criminal Law. He spent nearly 14 years as a Deputy District Attorney prosecuting thousands of criminal cases for the County of Los Angeles. With more than eight years in the Hardcore Gang Unit, he prosecuted more than 40 gang related homicides. For the last six years he has teamed up with a fellow prosecutor to form his elite criminal defense firm Falangetti & Weimortz. His excellence in criminal law has been recognized by commendations from the U.S. Congress, California State Assembly and Senate, and the District Attorney. He has lectured on defending public officials, homicide, gang cases and Miranda rights. High caliber work, along with an intimate knowledge of the system and its players makes him one of the most successful Criminal Defense attorneys in the State.
Anthony J. Falangetti, Esq.
Falangetti & Weimortz
Long Beach, California
Stephen J. Riebling, Jr. is a partner with the law firm of Riebling, Proto & Sachs, LLP, whose exceptional legal work has earned him recognition and praise from his many clients and members of the legal community. Attorney Stephen J. Riebling, Jr. did his undergraduate work at the University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia and is a graduate of Pace University School of Law in White Plains, New York where he earned his law degree. He has, for nearly 20 years, practiced litigation and criminal defense in Federal courts as well as in the State and local courts of both New York and Connecticut from his White Plains office in Westchester County, New York. With scores of successful jury trial verdicts and countless favorable bench decisions to his credit, attorney Riebling is wellrespected among his peers for his thoughtful and effective courtroom strategies and proven litigation skills. Attorney Riebling was named one of the top attorneys in New York by Super Lawyers Magazine, has been named to The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Criminal Defense Trial Lawyers, and recognized by and by being named a top attorney in the New York Metro Area by The New York Times.
Stephen J. Riebling, Jr., Esq.
Riebling, Proto & Sachs, LLP
White Plains, New York
Carmen Gosselin grew up in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan where, some would say, Gosselin showed a penchant for challenging authority from a very early age. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Arizona State University. She went on to study and to earn her law degree at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law. Gosselin lives and practices in Phoenix, Arizona, where she specializes in criminal defense cases. She was recently featured in Attorney at Law Magazine in their series, "Lawyers to Watch in 2015." The counselor enjoys her specialty but finds it most fulfilling when she can use her skills to protect the rights of individuals in trouble. In her perfect world, fairness and justice would trump politics in the courtroom. Ms. Gosselin's goal; "…change the system to be less about re-election and retribution, and more about rehabilitation."
Carmen Gosselin, Esq.
C.G. Law PLLC
Alex Foster was a professional actor for seven years before going to law school. He appeared on numerous daytime television serials including, "One Live To Live," "Search For Tomorrow," "As The World Turns," "Another World," and "Ryan's Hope." He is a graduate of Emory University School of Law in Atlanta, Georgia. In law school, he finished first (out of 300 competitors) in the school's Moot Court competition and represented Emory in the National Moot Court competition. Alex Foster then served for 20 years as an Assistant State's Attorney for the Montgomery County State's Attorney's Office. There, he tried over one hundred jury trials, focusing on cases of homicide, child abuse, sexual assault and animal cruelty. He now practices criminal law in Rockville, Maryland where he utilizes the skills he learned as both an actor and a prosecutor to defend those charged with serious crimes.
Alex Foster, Esq.
Law Office of Alex Foster, LLC
Criminal defense attorney Lorin J. Zaner achieved his Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Toledo where he graduated cum laude in 1970. Zaner earned his Juris Doctorate from the same university five years later. Attorney Zaner makes his home and his office in Toledo, Ohio where he practices criminal and juvenile law. While he does not limit his criminal practice in any significant way, his expertise is in the defense against allegations of civil and criminal child abuse as well as shaken baby cases. His background in science has proven to be beneficial in those cases where forensic evidence plays an important role. Zaner has a continuing commitment to staying abreast of the science around false accusations of child abuse, which can be the most difficult to defend. Zaner is admitted to the bar and may practice in Ohio, Michigan, and in Federal Court.
Lorin J. Zaner, Esq.
Law Office of Lorin J. Zaner
As a criminal defense attorney practicing across several counties in the Southern Pennsylvania area, William DeNardo is known as a top-notch legal mind. After graduating from Widener School of Law in 1997, he began his career as an Assistant District Attorney in Pennsylvania's Montgomery County. William entered private practice in 2001 and has been successfully defending his clients ever since. William is an experienced litigator who is passionate about his craft. He is respected by local police, the bench and bar. He has been recognized both locally and nationally for excellence in his field of criminal defense. He enjoys the challenge of the job, the adversarial nature of the work and the opportunity to advise and counsel his clients.
William DeNardo, Esq.
Law Office of William DeNardo
Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania
Jeremiah Allen was born in Orlando, Florida as a fourth generation Floridian. He did his undergraduate work at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee and later earned his law degree at the Appalachian School of Law in Grundy, Virginia. In the years following law school, attorney Allen served as an Assistant State Attorney in Clearwater, Florida for approximately 6 years. There he prosecuted cases involving such crimes as driving under the influence, drug trafficking, aggravated battery, manslaughter, and murder. This prosecutorial experience gives him the background to defend those who come to him now, in his criminal defense practice, affording his clients the winning edge that only experience can bring.
Jeremiah D. Allen, Esq.
Law Office of Jeremiah D. Allen, P.A.
David Mejia graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago where he majored in Criminal Justice Administration with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1973. He went on to earn his law degree from Loyola University of Chicago School of Law in 1976. He practices from his main office in Louisville, Kentucky. He also maintains an active practice in Chicago, Illinois. Attorney Mejia has over 30 years of trial and appellate experience in the federal and state courts of Illinois and Kentucky. He concentrates in criminal defense, federal criminal defense, defense of capital murder, income tax prosecutions, as well as the litigation of habeas corpus and postconviction petitions. He has successfully defended individuals charged with conspiracy racketeering, white collar crimes, fraud and corruption, murder, narcotic trafficking, pornography and sex crimes prosecutions. Attorney Mejia's reputation is that of a tireless fighter for the rights of his clients. He is also well respected among his peers. He has been consistently recognized by his peers for excellence in both legal ability and professional ethics.
David S. Mejia, Esq.
David S. Mejia, Attorney at Law
John Teakell, a widely known and well-respected Texas attorney, attended the University of Oklahoma, and received his law degree from the Oklahoma City University School of Law in 1985. He has since spent years on both sides of the courtroom, having served both as an Assistant US Attorney, and Senior Trial Counsel for the Securities Commission, before opening his own criminal defense law practice in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Mister Teakell's practice is focused upon white-collar crimes, drug charges, violent crimes including those of sexual assault. He also defends those charged with Security Exchange Commission violations. Frequently published and often quoted in the National media, Teakell has distinguished himself by representing clients in thousands of complex criminal and securities charges over the years. Lessons learned as a prosecutor are regularly brought to bear in Teakell's high profile cases and media appearances.
John R. Teakell, Esq.
Law Office of John R. Teakell