|IL||Active And Authorized To Practice Law||2004||11/18/2016|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Best Advocate||Stephenson Competition Trial Champion||N/A|
|Reynoldson Award||Mock Trial Coach of the Year||N/A|
|University of Iowa College of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2004|
|University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USA||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2001|
Posted by anonymous
I hired Mr. Brindley in 3/2013, for my sons criminal defense, Mr. Brindley replaced Joe Lopez (which my son had hired in 4/2012) For one year, Lopez pressured my son to accept a plea agreement that was not acceptable and he did not do anything for him, he has focus on the Peterson Case. Kept making promises that we are going to trial etc.etc. which it was all a bluff. after one year of waiting and my son sitting in prison. I checked over 25 cases on Lopez and saw that he did not file many motions for his clients, all he did was a plea agreement and a sentencing memorandum. After all verifying all cases, Lopez was fired! and Mr. Bridley took over the case! My son was not forced to accept the 1st offer that government and Lopez wanted to give him. He is home this summer 2014. Its very difficult to trust attorneys. After all the research, I recommend Mr. Brindley to fight and not give up on your behalf.
Posted by robbin
Beau Brindley Excellent attorney and very smart! He will fight any case as if it is his own life on the line. I would highly recommend this attorney to anyone who want to win!!! He pratice both federal and State and will travel to any state no matter where it is. He is an expert in trial and his performance was outstanding!!!!!
James Shapiro, Criminal defense Attorney
Relationship: Supervised lawyer
I endorse this lawyer's work. In 2004, Mr. Brindley was graduated in the top 10% and Law Review from the University of Iowa College of Law. There he not only won two consecutive national mock trial championships, but coached two consecutive teams to national championships as well. His academic and mock trial credentials are obviously nonpareil. In practice, Mr. Brindley won a rare federal acquittal on all counts in only his second jury trial. He hung a jury (universally considered a victory for the defense) in his third. He continued to win verdicts on lesser charges thereafter. He has quickly become the fastest rising star in the federal criminal defense bar. Because of his success, he has earned the ire of many Assistant U.S. Attorneys, who are not used to losing and facing such a vigorous defense, and the admiration of the federal criminal defense trial bar. If there is ever another Clarence Darrow, Mr. Brindley will be it.