Steven Saad

Steven Saad: Attorney with Saad Law
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  • 3rd Floor #14, 555 Fayetteville St, Raleigh, NC 27601
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Biography

Steven has spent the bulk of his career as an Assistant District Attorney in Wake County. He has tried over 25 jury trials with charges ranging from simple assault to first degree murder. Steven has tried over 700 bench trials with over 500 of those being DWI offenses. In his time as a district attorney, he held positions as the supervisor of all district court prosecutors, a prosecutor in the specialized driving while impaired trial courtroom, a superior court prosecutor assigned exclusively to jury trials, and a member of the felony drug unit. He spent over a year as a member of and as the legal advisor for the Wake County DWI Task Force.

Steven has extensive experience with felony cases including murder, assaults, burglary, drug trafficking, and drug possession. Throughout his career, Steven has successfully handled hundreds of felony cases and thousands of misdemeanor cases.

In addition to trying cases and negotiating pleas with prosecutors, Steven advises clients charged with a DWI, a revoked license, and all other traffic offenses in their dealings with the Department of Motor Vehicles. He also helps clients with the expungment of criminal records, acquiring limited driving privileges, and entering into deferral programs.

As a law student, Steven interned with the Wake County District Attorney's Office where he was given the opportunity to handle criminal dockets, negotiate pleas on behalf of the State, and try felony and misdemeanor cases. He was active in Campbell Law's trial advocacy and moot court competitions and graduated with a concentration in trial advocacy. Before attending law school, Steven interned in the Wake County District Court Judges' Office.

Steven and his wife, Crystal, are both lifelong residents of Wake County and have been married since 2009. In his free time, Steven plays Footgolf and competes around the country. He has won multiple awards including first place at the Footgolf Premier National Tournament in Indianapolis in 2014.

Accomplishments

•Recognized as one of Business North Carolina's Legal Elite in the field of Criminal Law: 2015

Areas of Practice (1)

  • Criminal Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
919-916-1948  Phone
(919) 263-2500  Phone
www.criminallawraleigh.com
University Attended:
North Carolina State University, B.A., 2004
Law School Attended:
Campbell University, Norman A. Wiggins School of Law, J.D., 2008
Year of First Admission:
2008
Admission:
2008, North Carolina
Memberships:

North Carolina Bar Association, Member; Tenth Judicial District Bar and Wake County Bar Association, Member


ISLN:
922244507
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