Andrew D. Alpert Named to Maryland Super Lawyers® 2009

The publishers of Law & Politics and Baltimore Magazine have named Maryland attorney Andrew D. Alpert among Maryland’s Super Lawyers® for 2009, an honor recognizing only five percent of lawyers in a given state or region.

Alpert concentrates his practice in the areas of DUI/DWI, Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Law. He was selected as a Maryland Super Lawyer® through a rigorous, multi-phased selection process that included a statewide search, peer recognition and nomination, credentials review and professional achievement. Final selection was based on a points system and peer evaluation by practice area.

“I am truly honored to be recognized by my peers and awarded the ‘Super Lawyer®’ designation in Maryland. Through creativity, artful legal argument, training and knowledge of science, police conduct and procedure, I have achieved superior results for clients. I work hard for my clients, and it shows!” says Alpert.

Alpert is a member of the Maryland and District of Columbia bars as well as the U.S. District Courts of Maryland and Washington DC. He is currently a sustaining member of the National College for DUI Defense, a Board of Directors member of the Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys’ Association, and a member of the Maryland Association for Justice and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

Alpert has taught and attended numerous DUI courses and other advanced professional education initiatives; and he is the recipient of numerous awards and recognitions from law enforcement.

Alpert served as an assistant state’s attorney in Maryland. He received his law degree from George Washington University and his B.A. from Franklin & Marshall College.

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About Andrew Alpert

+Andrew is one of the leading DUI and criminal defense attorneys in both the state of Maryland and the District of Columbia. He blogs about Maryland DUI law, has numerous videos on the subject and has been asked to appear on national television to offer his legal opinion on high-profile criminal cases.