From his beginnings in West Michigan, David’s early educational career took him to Arizona State University. He earned his BA degree and graduated in 1997, before moving on to Thomas M. Cooley Law School. As a law student, he earned Dean’s List honors for numerous semesters. David graduated in the top one-third of his law school before graduating in 2001.
In his first position, David served as an assistant prosecutor, pursuing criminal charges on behalf of the government. He gained significant skills and experience in his role as a prosecutor and never lost a felony trial. Now in private practice fighting for defendants, David draws from this knowledge to formulate defense strategies. His approach balances minimizing the charges, while also taking advantage of opportunities in court. Clients benefit from his honesty, compassion, and personalized approach to criminal defense. David is admitted to the bar in Michigan, Arizona, and federal court.
While not at work defending clients, David enjoys exercise, being outdoors, and cooking. He also appreciates time relaxing with family.