Brad is a graduate of The Ohio State University and earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Toledo College of Law. He is licensed to practice law in Arizona and has been since 2006. Prior to working at Gregg R. Woodnick, PLLC, Brad worked at the Maricopa County Office of the Legal Defender and the Arizona Attorney General's Office. This experience gave Brad a vast working knowledge of Family Law, Juvenile Law, and Criminal Law. Moreover, dealing with CPS for over 4 years gives Brad specific knowledge of child abuse/neglect cases. Brad's ability to represent clients who have cases that involve both CPS and criminal law is an asset to the firm.
When not working, Brad enjoys spending time with his family and traveling.
Brad has a well-deserved reputation for being a go-to guy for defending those accused of wrongdoing by CPS. If you or a friend find yourself in need of a lawyer for a CPS-related incident, you'd be wise to contact Brad.
Galen Satterlee Personal Injury Attorney
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This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority.
Probation means an attorney did something wrong but may still practice law. The State monitors the lawyer's activities for a period of time in hopes that he or she will not repeat the behavior.
|Attorney at Law Magazine||What to Expect when CPS Knocks on Your Client's Door||2012|
|Attorney at Law Magazine||Defending the Inexplicable Child Injury||2012|
|Maricopa County Bar Association, Family Law Section||The CPS Effect: How Child Protective Services Can Change My Divorce or Custody Case||2012|
|Woodnick Firm Blog||Penn State, Jerry Sandusky, and Mandatory Reporting||2012|
|U OF TOLEDO||N/A||law||N/A|
|Midwestern University of Osteopathic Medicine||Mandatory Reporting for Medical Professionals||2012|
|Arizona State Association of Physican Assistants||Mandatory Reporting of Suspected Child Abuse||2012|
|In-service Training for Teachers||Mandatory Reporting: What Every Educator Needs to Know||2011|