Patrick T. Barone is the principal and founding member of The Barone Defense Firm, whose practice is exclusively limited to zealously defending citizens accused of drunk driving. The Firm is headquartered in Birmingham, Michigan. Mr. Barone is the author on two books on DUI defense including the well respected two volume treatise Defending Drinking Drivers (James Publishing), and The DUI Book – A Citizen’s Guide to Understanding DUI Litigation in America and a chapter in Defending DUI Vehicular Homicide Cases, 2012 ed. (Aspatore Books).
He also served as the executive editor of The DWI Journal: Law & Science (Whitaker Newsletters, Inc.), a nationally circulated legal periodical and is the author of a monthly DUI defense column for Michigan’s Criminal Defense Newsletter. Mr. Barone is an adjunct professor at the Thomas M. Cooley Law School where he teaches Drunk Driving Law and Practice. He is a graduate of the Gerry Spence Trial Lawyer’s College, and is on the faculty of the Michigan Trial Practice College.
Mr. Barone frequently lectures at national and state seminars attended by lawyers, judges and scientists, and he has provided expert commentary in newspapers, on television and on radio. Mr. Barone has been listed as “Seriously Outstanding” by SuperLawyers, and since 2009 has been included in America’s Best Lawyers. He has an “AV” (highest) rating from Martindale-Hubbell.
Mr. Barone has been certified as an instructor and practitioner of the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests and has also attended a 24-hour certification course at National Patent Analytical Corporation (the manufacturer of the DataMaster) and has thereby been deemed competent by the manufacturer to operate, perform essential diagnostic verifications and calibration checks on the DataMaster. Mr. Barone is a Sustaining Member of College for DUI Defense.
David Rudoi is an Attorney based out of Royal Oak, Michigan with a specialty involving the legal aspects of the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act as well as the Medical Marijuana Facilities Licensing Act. David Has given presentations to the Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan, The Marijuana Law Section of the Michigan Bar Association, Michigan Association of OWI Attorneys, as well as various private conferences regarding the Michigan Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act.
David has argued numerous cases in The Michigan Court of Appeals and has argued in The Michigan Supreme Court. David has been working with municipalities across Michigan to Stop correcting develop ordinances that comply with the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act and the Medical Marihuana Facilities licensing Act.
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