David focuses his practice primarily on criminal defense matters in both State and Federal court.  His experience is unparalleled and makes him a formidable adversary in the courtroom.

After 5 years of honorable service in the United States Marine Corps., David spent a career in law enforcement, working in multiple districts and special units, serving various assignments as a tactical, plain clothes, and task-force officer.  

Now, David’s clients benefit from his unmatched experience and superior knowledge. Whether arguing motions to suppress physical evidence or connecting with the jury during trial, David knows how to apply the pressure, get to the truth, and get the results to put his clients in favorable positions.

David graduated from Chestnut Hill College, summa cum laude, with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. From there, David attended Rutgers Law School, where he was a member of the Constance Baker Motley Mock Trial Competition Team, placing 2nd in Regionals and qualifying for the National Tournament in Cincinnati, Ohio – comprised of the top 2 teams from each region throughout the country. Additionally, David served Camden, New Jersey’s most vulnerable residents as a member of Rutgers Law Children’s Justice Clinic, where he represented juveniles from low-income families who found themselves struggling through the criminal justice system.

After law school, David had the honor of serving as Law Clerk to the Honorable Kathy C. Qasim, J.S.C., Superior Court of New Jersey – Criminal Division.

David honed his skills as a criminal defense litigator while working for legendary criminal defense attorney Nino V. Tinari, Esq.  While at Nino V. Tinari & Associates, David learned the true skills and art of criminal defense work.  The fast-paced and contentious work of being a high level trial attorney requires dedication and a true passion for service to others.   

David’s commitment to others and passion for service have become his hallmark.  When David represents you, you can trust that you have a strong fighter in your corner.