Ms. Blum’s practice focuses on the pretrial litigation, trials and appeals of both criminal and family law matters. Ms. Blum represents clients at all stages of the criminal justice process, whether charged with misdemeanors or felonies, from arraignment to trial, dismissal, or other disposition. Since her admission to the Bar, she has counseled and represented clients on a wide range of criminal matters, including narcotics offenses, theft, white collar crimes, weapon possession, sex crimes, gang related offenses, assault, domestic violence, driving while intoxicated, conspiracy, parole violations, probation violations, open warrants, and numerous other offenses. On behalf of her clients accused of criminal offenses she has received dismissals and favorable dispositions on hundreds of felony and misdemeanor matters, as well as not guilty verdicts in many cases taken to trial.
Stephen earned his Juris Doctorate degree from New York Law School and has been with the firm since April 2014. Prior to law school, Stephen graduated from the Zarb School of Business at Hofstra University with a concentration in Business Law. Upon graduating from Hofstra and prior to attending New York Law School, Stephen was employed at a prominent Family Law practice in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, where he worked on all aspects of the firm’s matrimonial matters.
Additional Attorneys and Supporting Professionals
The firm routinely utilizes the counsel and participation of highly regarded attorneys practicing in the specialized areas of civil litigation, employment law, immigration, appellate issues, small business matters, estate planning, and other criminal and family law attorneys.
In addition to their attorney network, the firm maintains a close working relationship with a knowledgeable Certified Public Accountant with over thirty years of experience, as well as a team of investigators and legal service providers