- 4.8/5.0 (5 reviews)
David A. Strom was born in Brooklyn, New York. He attended Lehigh University in Pennsylvania, receiving a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He received his law degree from Cardozo School of Law in New York City. Mr. Strom was admitted to the Colorado Bar in 1996 and practices in the areas of criminal law and bankruptcy.
Mr. Strom has practiced criminal law in Colorado since 1996. He represents clients in felony, misdemeanor and traffic matters. Felony and misdemeanor matters include work in the following areas: assault, harassment, domestic violence, drug possession, weapons charges, theft and other matters.
Mr. Strom’s practice in traffic law includes driving under the influence (DUI, DWAI), driving under suspension or revocation (DUR, DUS) and smaller traffic offenses.
Mr. Strom has practiced bankruptcy law since 1994. He currently represents debtors in consumer bankruptcy.
5.0/5.0 Rated on 10/03/16 in Alternative Dispute Resolution.
David Strom provided me with the most insightful and practical legal advice. His direct demeanor and knowledge of the court’s processes is invaluable to any client. I have found him to be extremely efficient, clear, thoughtful, focused and dete... Read more
David Strom provided me with the most insightful and practical legal advice. His direct demeanor and knowledge of the court’s processes is invaluable to any client. I have found him to be extremely efficient, clear, thoughtful, focused and determined to work towards the best outcome for his clients which he then achieves. There is no better individual to advise you who has the range of experience, knowledge and professionalism. I highly recommend David Strom who is the best of the best. Read lessRead less
5.0/5.0 Rated on 06/10/16 in Criminal Law.
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