Strauss Troy Attorney Martin Pinales Selected To Present At 2012 NACDL Conference

Martin Pinales is presenting at an upcoming National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) conference. Pinales will present “Ethical Considerations in Setting & Collecting Fees” at the 5thannual Defending Drug Cases Seminar hosted at Planet Hollywood Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV on Friday, November 2.  This unique seminar will provide attorneys with a better understanding of modern drug cases so as to effectively represent clients before, during and after trial.

Strauss Troy represents individuals and companies accused of, or being investigated for, crimes in state and federal courts across the country. Mr. Pinales has more than 40 years of extensive trial, appellate, grand jury, sentencing guideline, and white collar criminal defense experience and knowledge. He is past president of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL), is a fellow with the American Board of Criminal Lawyers and a founder of the Greater Cincinnati Criminal Defense Attorneys Association. He has been listed in the Bar Registry of Preeminent Lawyers and is a member of the American, Federal, Ohio and Cincinnati Bar Associations. Additionally, he serves as an adjunct professor and lecturer on criminal trial advocacy and practice across the country.

Marty holds a Juris Doctor from Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University and a BBA from the University of Cincinnati.

NACDL is the preeminent organization in the United States advancing the mission of the nation’s criminal defense lawyers to ensure justice and due process for persons accused of crime or other misconduct. A professional bar association founded in 1958, NACDL’s 10,000 – plus direct members in 28 countries – and 90 state, provincial and local affiliate organizations totaling more than 40,000 attorneys — include private criminal defense lawyers, public defenders, active U.S. military defense counsel, law professors and judges committed to preserving fairness within America’s criminal justice system.