MARK EIGLARSH'S MISSION
Mark Eiglarsh's professional mission is to do everything in his power to obtain the best possible outcome for his valued clients under challenging circumstances. He passionately believes that serving his clients is an extraordinary opportunity and gift. By accepting select cases on behalf of his boutique litigation firm, The Law Offices of Mark Eiglarsh, he is able to aggressively and passionately devote the necessary time and energy to achieve wonderful results for those clients he represents.
Here are just some of many of Mark Eiglarsh's professional accolades:
Mark Eiglarsh was born and raised in Miami. He graduated from the University of Florida, with honors, acquiring a Bachelors of Science degree in Telecommunication (Radio and Television Production). He earned his law degree from Loyola School of Law, in New Orleans, where he earned a scholarship by competing on the Moot Court National Team.
After graduation, he served as a Miami-Dade County Prosecutor from 1992-1996. He has been involved in numerous "high-profile" matters throughout his career, including cases involving one of Madonna's alleged stalkers; former University of Miami Football Star Rohan Marley, the son of Reggae Legend Bob Marley; two juveniles charged with shooting and killing a German tourist; and Yusimil Herrera, a former abused foster child accused in the beating death of her 3 year old daughter.
Mr. Eiglarsh has tried countless jury trials and numerous "Bench trials." He has obtained numerous acquittals and produced hundreds of positive results for clients in both State and Federal Court as a result of his experience as both a trial attorney and a negotiator. He is a very unique lawyer in that he is honest, ethical and impeccable with his word. He's extremely well respected and admired by his current and former clients. Mr. Eiglarsh always is a straight talker and sugar coat things. He treats his clients the way he needs to be treated from other professionals. Furthermore, he's zealous, aggressive and fights zealously for his client's rights, even putting their interests before his own. He does all in his power to obtain the best possible outcome under challenging circumstances. After over two decades litigating cases, he has a proven track record of success.
SERVICE AND PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Mark is a member of many professional and community service organizations including:
*Member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
*Member of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, where he served on the Board of Directors of the Miami Chapter.
*Member of the Dade County Bar Association, where he previously served on the Board of Directors
*Serves as an Ambassador of the Miami chapter of Big Brothers/Big Sisters, peviously serving on the Board of Directors for a decade (since 1998) and previously served as a mentor to an "ask risk" child. He served as past legal counsel to the agency and chair of the Volunteer Recruitment Council.
*Leadership Miami Graduate
Mr. Eiglarsh is a heavily sought after lecturer and speaker as well. Some of his numerous presentations include:
-"What Every Civil Lawyer Should Know About Criminal Law"
-"The Rights Of A Citizen In Police Encounters"
-"Civil Lawyers In Criminal Court- Representing The Accused For DUI"
-"Maximizing Your Performance In The Courtroom/Acting For Lawyers."
-"Designing An Extraordinary Practice"
Mr. Eiglarsh has been published in numerous legal publications including:
*The Florida Bar Journal
*The Dade County Bar Bulletin (appearing in the Daily Business Review)
*The Miami Herald
*The Indigent Defense Magazine
ON AIR LEGAL ANALYST
Mr. Eiglarsh is frequently asked to provide the media with legal commentary and appears frequently on the following networks:
*HLN (CNN's "Sister Station," Headline News)
*Fox News Channel
*Fox Business Channel
*CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX affiliates
*E Entertainment Television
SHOWS THAT HE APPEARS (& OR HAS APPEARED) ON INCLUDES:
-"The O'Reilly Factor"
-"The Today Show"
-"Good Morning America"
-"World News Tonight With Diane Sawyer"
-"The Kelly File" (with host Megyn Kelly)
-"Dr. Drew On Call"
Languages Spoken: Spanish
Licensed since 1992
Cash, Check, Credit Card
|FL||Member in Good Standing||1992||05/07/2015|
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Fredrick J. Gisevius Award||Moot Court Scholarship||1991|
|AV Preeminent 5.0 out of 5 Peer Review Rated||Martindale-Hubbell||N/A|
|AV Client Rating||Martindale-Hubbell||N/A|
|Florida Legal Elite||Florida Trend Magazine||N/A|
|Super Lawyer||Florida Super Lawyers||N/A|
|Attorney/Owner||Law Offices of Mark Eiglarsh||1996 - Present|
|Criminal Defense Attorney/Law Partner||Robbins, Tunkey, Ross, Amsel Raben, Waxman and Eiglarsh, PA||1995 - 1996|
|Prosecuting Attorney||Miami Dade County State Attorney's Office||1992 - 1996|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|University of Miami School of Law||Adjunct Law Professor||2008 - Present|
|National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers||Member||1996 - Present|
|Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (Miami chapter)||Lifetime Member||1996 - Present|
|Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Miami||Ambassador, Former Board Member and Mentor||1994 - Present|
|Dade County Bar Association||Member and Former Board Member||1992 - Present|
|State vs. Damon Peterson||Plea Bargain|
|State vs. Yusimil Herrera||We reached a phenomenal plea bargain prior to trial|
|State of Florida vs. Matthew Scheidt||In spite of facing a couple of decades in prison, I was able to resolve the case with no jail time.|
|The Florida Bar Journal||“The Landmine Of The Federal Rules Of Evidence - Rule 806"||1998|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||"Immunity Doesn't Make You Immune"||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||"Marital Privilege, When Husband and Wife Commit Crimes"||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||“What You Should Know About DUI Law: Breath, Blood and Urine”||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||"How Low Can You Go In Federal Court?" Downward Departures In Sentencing"||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||"Surprising Changes To Sentencing Laws"||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||"Miranda v. Arizona...The Story Behind The Opinion"||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||"Everything You Need To Know About Sealing and Expunging"||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||"Free Speech, What Can I Say?"||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||"Supreme Court Shocks With Blakely Decision"||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||"The DUI Nightmare"||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||"The Patriot Act's Impact on Civil Liberties"||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||"The Right To Confrontation After Crawford"||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||"Vacating Criminal Convictions"||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||"What To Do When Law Enforcement Wants An Interview"||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||"When Clients Lie...What Must You Do?"||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||"Bail and Jail, What You Need to Know"||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||"Frequently Asked Criminal Law Questions- Part I"||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||"Frequently Asked Criminal Law Questions- Part II"||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||"Constructive Possession? But I Swear I Didn’t Know It Was There!!!”||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||“Self-Defense- When can you use force against another?”||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||“What Prosecutors Can’t Say”||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||“What You Should Know About Grand Juries”||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||“When Uncharged Crimes Are Admissible”||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||“Got a Subpoena. Someone get me out of this!”||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||“Stand Your Ground”||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||“Facing Deportation, After The Green Decision”||N/A|
|Dade County Bar Association Bulletin||“Exigent Circumstances, When Can Cops Enter”||N/A|
|Loyola University New Orleans College of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1992|
|University of Florida||Telecommunication||BS - Bachelor of Science||1989|
|Paralegal Seminar||"Everything You Should Know About Criminal Law"||2013|
|Monthly Speakers Meeting||"Designing An Extraordinary Practice"||2013|
|Monthly Seminar||"Rainmaking, The Course They Should Teach In Law School"||2013|
|Jacksonville Paralegal Association Continuing Education Seminar||"How Can You Defend Those Guilty People?"||2012|
|Lunch and Learn||"Everything You Should Know About Criminal Law"||2011|
|Lunch and Learn by DCBA||"How To Be A Solo Practitioner/Rainmaking"||2010|
|Lunch and Learn||"Winning The Case In Jury Selection"||2010|
|3rd Annual Ethics Seminar||"Ethics And The Media"||2010|
|Paralegals Seminar||"The Ethics of Representing The Guilty"||2009|
|Lunch and Learn Seminar||"What Everyone Should Know About Criminal Law"||2008|
|Lunch and Learn Seminar||"What Civil Lawyers Should Know About Criminal Law"||2008|
|Lunch and Learn||"Rainmaking And The Media"||2008|
|Law and Technology Seminar||"Designing Your Practice, Technically Speaking"||2007|
|Training Session at Public Defender's Office||"Maximizing Your Performance In The Courtroom"||2006|
|Monthly Lunch and Learn||"Rainmaking, Unlocking Your Potential"||2006|
|Dade County Bar Association Lunch and Learn||"What Every Civil Lawyer Should Know About Criminal Law"||2006|
|Paralegal Continuing Education Seminar||"Winning Every Time In Criminal Court"||2005|
|Continuing Education Seminar||"What Everyone Should Know About Criminal Law, Part 2"||2005|
|Lunch and Learn Seminar||"What You Should Know About Criminal Law"||2004|