Bill Zuhdi Attorney at Law, P.C. is a law firm which serves as lead counsel in both federal and state cases, specializing in federal and state jury trial cases, contract litigation, including criminal defense, complex litigation at all levels, copyright, and personal injury litigation. The firm also investigates, prepares and files appeals to federal circuit courts and state appellate courts, as well as The Supreme Court of the United States. A significant part of Bill Zuhdi's practice is devoted to representing clients who are defending criminal charges, both at trial and on appeal, as well as complex litigation of all types in federal court.
Because Bill is a trial attorney, he has vast experience in criminal defense issues and is well suited to do a complete and thorough evaluation of your case, including possible defenses and constitutional violations that may have occurred. Bill and his highly professional, trained staff are champions for their clients and for the constitution. Not only does Bill and his staff work tirelessly to protect all our inalienable rights as Americans, but Bill also works to help his clients with over 32 years of trial experience. And as a highly experienced trial lawyer, Bill is not afraid to battle for justice — to fight for you and your loved ones.
Darla Zuhdi, Senior Legal Assistant, has over twenty years experience in all phases of litigation support. Darla has been a legal assistant for law firms in Oklahoma and Texas and was certified as a legal assistant by the State Bar of Texas. Darla is a published author and has a deep concern for the rights and dignities of all individuals.
Noah Zuhdi, Attorney at Law, graduated from The University of Oklahoma School of Law, receiving his J.D. degree in 2009.
Other support available for our clients, as necessary:
Licensed Interpreters (in multiple languages).
An honest evaluation of every case is provided to assist the client and family in making the right decisions.
Your Bill of Rights
First Amendment: Free Exercise Clause; freedom of speech,
of the press, freedom of religion and of assembly; right to petition
Second Amendment: Right to keep and bear arms
Third Amendment: Protection from quartering of troops
Fourth Amendment: Protection from unreasonable serach and seizure
Fifth Amendment: Due process, double jeopardy, self-incrimination, eminent domain
Sixth Amendment: Trial by jury and rights of the accused; Confrontation Clause,
speedy trial, public trial, right to counsel
Seventh Amendment: Civil trial by jury
Eighth Amendment: Prohibition of excessive bail and cruel and unusual punishment
Ninth Amendment: Protection of rights not specifically enumerated inthe Bill of Rights
Tenth Amendment: Powers of states and People