Solomon earned his Juris Doctor degree at Wayne State University and was admitted to the Michigan Bar in 2010. He interned at the Federal Defenders of Detroit where he gained courtroom experience in federal criminal defense including many white-collar crimes, and he also interned at the Legal Aid and Defense - Public Defenders, also in Detroit, where he gained hundreds of hours of courtroom experience and knowledge of the vast criminal law arena.
After leaving the public defender’s office, Solomon started his own practice which became quite successful rather quickly. He joined 1-800-LAW-FIRM in January of 2014 and is now the lead attorney in the criminal defense division. Solomon has also achieved the distinct privilege of being named one of Michigan’s “Rising Stars” and “Super Lawyers” in 2014.
Solomon hates injustice and he fights diligently for his clients. Solomon accepts a limited number of clients at a time and provides each client with the utmost in service and accessibility. He prides himself on ‘leaving no stone unturned’ in each case he takes on. He never takes short cuts. He takes depositions, writes motions and pulls out all of the stops to fully investigate every aspect of his clients’ cases. He watches surveillance video, checks phone and computer records and takes photos when the case calls for it. He will personally locate and interview potential defense witnesses or perform background checks on listed state witnesses. His belief is that by limiting the number of clients that he represents at a time, he is able to represent each client in the manner that they deserve to be represented.
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|MI||Active And In Good Standing||2010||09/02/2015|
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Rising Star||Super Lawyers||2015|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|American Bar Association, Criminal Justice Section, White Collar Crime Committee||Member||2008 - Present|
|People v. Catchings, Jr., 14-6406-FC||Found not guilty of murder, guilty of felony firearm (a two year sentence)|
|People v. Thibault, 14-GF-01772||Dismissal of all charges|
|People v. Tucker, 14-Z8033751||Dismissal of all charges|
|Wayne State University Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2010|