Schwartz & Weinrieb, one of the leading criminal defense law firms in Los Angeles, is excited to announce that former Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner for the Airport Courthouse, Mark Zuckman, has joined the firm as Of Counsel.

LOS ANGELES, CA, August 29, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ — Schwartz & Weinrieb, one of the leading criminal defense law firms in Los Angeles, is excited to announce that former Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner for the Airport Courthouse, Mark Zuckman, has joined the firm as Of Counsel.

Schwartz & Weinrieb has represented individuals charged with a wide variety of serious criminal offenses, including individuals facing the death penalty, as well as clients in high-profile criminal cases that made news headlines throughout Los Angeles. Now having Zuckman as part of the defense team will allow the firm to draw from a deeper level of expertise to ultimately provide the best, most aggressive defense for its clients.

Mark Zuckman was a Public Defender in Los Angeles County from 1981-2002, the Supervising Attorney for the Beverly Hills Courthouse from 2000-2002, and served as a Superior Court Commissioner presiding over misdemeanor and felony trials at the Airport Courthouse, West District, for the past 17 years.

“I have been an attorney for nearly 40 years, and I am looking forward to this next phase in my life where I can use my experience in the past to help defend people in the future,” stated Zuckman.

Schwartz & Weinrieb welcomes Mark Zuckman as part of the criminal defense team, and the firm is looking forward to expanding its practice beyond Los Angeles to provide top criminal defense representation throughout Southern California.

For more information on Schwartz & Weinrieb, or if you have questions related to a criminal case, call (310) 246-9550 or visit the firm’s website: http://www.wehatejail.com

Schwartz & Weinrieb is a criminal defense law firm based in Los Angeles, California that represents clients facing a wide variety of criminal charges ranging from misdemeanors like DUI and theft to felonies, including murder as well as white collar crimes.


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