Lisa A. Saltzman

Lisa A. Saltzman

Lisa Saltzman is an attorney who has been practicing law for over twenty-five years, concentrating in the area of DWI defense.

118-21 Queens Blvd. Ste. 606
Forest Hills, NY 11375

Phone: 917-667-6848

Faculty National Task Force Task-Force-Chair Public Defender

About Lisa A. Saltzman

Lisa Saltzman has been a practicing criminal defense attorney for over twenty-five years and concentrates her practice in the area of Driving While Intoxicated and related vehicle offenses. She is often a guest lecturer on the topic of DWI defense and regularly teaches attorneys how to effectively handle all aspects of DWI cases from arraignment through trial. She is an Adjunct Professor, Supervising Attorney and Director of the DWI Unit in her office. She is a graduate of the National College for DUI Defense Summer Session at Harvard Law School, as well as the NHTSA DWI Detection and Practitioner Course in Standardized Field Sobriety Testing. She has handled hundreds of DWI cases, and is known as a zealous advocate, fighting hard to achieve justice for her clients.


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