University of Miami, JD (2004)
University of Michigan, BA, Psychology (2001)
Bar and Court Admissions
Arizona State Bar (2005)
U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
U.S. District Court, District of Arizona
Adam comes to the practice of law with an excellent educational background. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan, having been awarded a B.A. in psychology. From there, Adam attended the University of Miami School of Law, receiving his J.D. degree with honors.
After law school, Adam began working as a prosecutor at the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office. While there, he handled a multitude of cases, from simple misdemeanors to DUI to serious violent crimes. This experience led to his employment by one of the larger criminal defense firms in Arizona. His abilities were such that he was appointed to the position of lead attorney in the firm’s criminal defense section. While employed at that firm, he honed his skills, and greatly expanded his experience, representing clients charged with DUI, murder, drug crimes, fraud, theft assault, robbery, sex crimes, white collar crimes, and more.
Adam’s next move was to form his own firm, where he became well-known not only for his trial abilities and his writing, but also for his record of successful results, including numerous dismissals and not guilty verdicts.
In 2015, Adam made the decision to join with another colleague in the criminal defense bar, Bret Royle. Together, Adam and Bret founded the firm of Feldman & Royle, where they continue to provide their clients with the quality representation their clients have come to expect.