The firm of Goldstein and Stamm, P.A. prides itself on its tireless efforts on behalf of its clients, aggressive courtroom style, and thorough knowledge of complex areas of the law.
Leonard R. Stamm is a criminal defense lawyer with 30 years of experience dedicated to zealously representing clients charged with drunk driving, driving under the influence (DUI), driving while impaired (DWI), and other criminal and vehicular offenses in state and federal district, circuit, and appellate courts throughout the state of Maryland. He understands the profound effects that can result from criminal or traffic convictions (or even from probation before judgments) and works aggressively in an effort to get the best possible outcome on behalf of all the firm's clients.
For many of our clients this is their first encounter with the police and the court system. We are committed to being by your side through the whole process to help protect your rights while ensuring that you understand what is happening both in court and at the motor vehicle administration.
Mr. Stamm is nationally and locally recognized authority in the area of drunk driving defense and Motor Vehicle Administration hearings. He literally wrote the authoritative book on drunk driving in Maryland, Maryland DUI Law, published by West-Thomson-Reuters. He is also a Regent and Sustaining Member of the National College for DUI Defense, a national organization with over 1300 lawyers, currently serving on its executive board as Assistant Dean, as well as a nationally recognized speaker on DUI defense issues. Leonard R. Stamm has also been given Martindale Hubbell's highest rating, AV-Preeminent. He is recognized as a Super Lawyer, a Best Lawyer, and has been rated "10-Superb" by Avvo. Best Lawyer awarded Stamm "Lawyer of the Year" for 2015 in the area of DUI/DWI defense in the Washington, D.C. area.
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