Criminal defense lawyer, Jordan Redavid
Miami, FL (Law Firm Newswire) February 1, 2017 – Premier Criminal defense lawyer Jordan Redavid of Redavid Law, PLLC., has been awarded the Super Lawyers 2017 Florida Rising Star award. Of all lawyers in the State of Florida, only 2.5 percent are awarded this honor.
Super Lawyers is a respected rating service that provides a diverse, credible list of each state’s top lawyers. The site does this by using comprehensive data, including peer nominations, evaluations and independent research. Their goal is to offer a comprehensive list of the nation’s outstanding lawyers to be used as a resource for those seeking legal counsel.
The selection process evaluates credibility through factors such as professional achievement and peer recognition. During the final selection process, Super Lawyers selects 5 percent of the attorneys with the highest credibility and achievements to be “Super Lawyers,” and only 2.5 percent are given the “Rising Star Award.” Attorneys who are under 40 or have been practicing for under 10 years are eligible for the Rising Star Award.
“It’s an honor to be named a Super Lawyer Rising Star,” said Redavid. “I pour my heart and soul into my clients’ cases and my practice, so to be recognized in this manner is truly a momentous occasion for me. It only makes me want to work that much harder to keep such a distinguished status.”
Jordan Redavid is a top-rated criminal defense attorney based in Miami, Florida, who is licensed to practice in all Florida courts, as well as the 11th Court of Appeals and federal courts in the Southern District of Florida. In addition to the Super Lawyers 2017 Rising Star Award, Redavid has received several other recognitions such as an Avvo Superb rating and Clients’ Choice award, National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 Award and was selected as one of the Top 10 DUI lawyers in 2015 and 2016.
Learn more at https://www.redavidlaw.com.
Redavid Law, PLLC
55 SE 6 Street Suite 205
Miami, FL 33131
Phone: (305) 938-9939
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