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Hi, Amazing Human!

On this episode, I had an amazing conversation with David Shapiro. Arrested for a crime he, admittedly, did commit in 2004, David experienced firsthand the same fearuncertainty, and concern for his future and freedom so many of his clients undergo when arrested or under investigation for allegedly committing a crime. That experience motivated David to dedicate his career to helping good people regain control of their future when charged with a crime.

In addition to his accolades and accomplishments for his clients inside the courtroom (see David’s greatest joy is the work he does for the San Diego community, via fundraisers, donations of money and time, and simply helping out wherever and whenever there is a need. David’s firm has historically been connected with great organizations such as the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Second Chance, Genesis Recovery, and San Diego’s Friendship Soccer League.

Practicing exclusively criminal defense in San Diego since 2007, David has built one of San Diego’s most respected criminal defense firms since opening its doors in 2010. Some of his best accolades include:

LOODPS being recognized as one of the nation’s fastest-growing (as recognized by Law Firm 500 from 2018-2021) law firms.

San Diego’s Next Top Business Leaders under 40 (2018)

San Diego’s Top 40 Under 40 Business Leaders by San Diego Metro Magazine (2018)

Leaders in Law Finalist by the San Diego Business Journal (2019-2021)

SuperLawyers Rising Star for 7consecutive years (2015-2021)

UB Fast 46 Finalist (2021) recognizing the fastest growing businesses in the world owned by University at Buffalo alumni (#22)

3 Best Criminal Defense Lawyers in San Diego per Three Best Rated (2017-present)

Martindale Hubbell AV-Preeminent rating (2019-present)

*You can see more of David’s professional accolades, by visiting

A native of New York City, David moved to San Diego in 2006 after living in New Orleans.

Here are the links for the programs David either directly referenced or was alluding to during the podcast:

Thank you so much for listening and as always reach out to me anytime

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