Attorney Ron Herman Recognized as "10 Best" by American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys

Herman Law, P.A. is proud to announce that Attorney Ron Herman has been honored by the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys. For his outstanding work on behalf of his clients, our Managing Shareholder has been nominated for the organization's "10 Best" Attorneys for Florida.

The American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys—or AIOCLA—is an impartial third-party legal rating service dedicated to identifying attorneys who exemplify the very best standards in the industry. To be nominated, an attorney must meet certain criteria:

  • They must be nominated by the AIOCLA board, a client, or a fellow colleague.
  • They must have attained the highest level of professional achievement in their field.
  • They must have an impeccable record of Client Satisfaction.

This newest honor only marks the latest accolade for Attorney Herman. Previously, he has been named in the Florida Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠ list and has been AV Preeminent® Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®. A frequently sought-after legal resource for the local media, Attorney Herman has also maintains a perfect 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating.

We congratulate Attorney Herman on this new, prestigious recognition are certain he will continue to receive notice for providing his clients with the unparalleled insight and advocacy he has built his reputation on.

If you have been charged with a criminal offense, then time is of the essence. Contact us at Herman Law, P.A. to retain a skilled West Palm Beach criminal defense attorney with both former prosecuting experience and the knowledge to effectively seek a reduction or a dismissal on your behalf.

The advocacy you need is just a phone call away. Contact our firm now to schedule a free case evaluation.

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