Priscilla E Forsyth

Priscilla E Forsyth

Immigration Attorney

Sioux City, IA

AVVO

RATING

9.9

Call

No Misconduct

Languages

Spanish

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4 questions answered.

About Me

Priscilla E Forsyth began her career as a bailiff for Judge Frederick J Martone in Phoenix Arizona in 1986. She worked at the Maricopa County Public Defenders office from 1987 to 1992 and then returned to Iowa. In Iowa she has been an assistant county attorney, a Federal Public Defender and in private practice. She is currently a solo praticioner, handling immigration and criminal cases....

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Taylor House
Taylor House

Gilbert, AZ

About 1 year ago

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I endorse this lawyer.
Tracy Green
Tracy Green

Los Angeles, CA

Over 1 year ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

I highly endorse Priscilla. She is an amazing dedicated attorney who is well known across the country for her expertise, skills and commitment to clients.
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Résumé

License

1992 License Status: Authorized to practice law for the state of Iowa.
Last updated by Avvo: 10/16/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2001 – 2007

Federal Defender Office

Education

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Juris Doctor in

University of Iowa College of Law

Awards

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2003 President's Certificate of Appreciation

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Associations

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Past Board Member

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers


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Portfolio

Publications

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2003 The Call From Judy

NACDL Champion Magazine

2003 Champion of Indigent Defense Award

NACDL Champion Magazine

Speaking Engagements

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2013 Juveniles and Immigration

at Juvenile Court Services Training at Lunch

2009 Immigration Law

at Sioux City Human Rights Commission Public Forum

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