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Southfield, Mich. — Nov. 19, 2014 — Attorney Neil Rockind, founder of Neil Rockind, P.C., a criminal defense law firm that aggressively pursues justice for individuals facing serious criminal charges, is a contributing author for Michigan Model Criminal Jury Instructions, a book slated for release in December 2014 by the Institute for Continuing Legal Education.
Rockind authored information for the “Narcotics” chapter of the book, specifically the sections on criminal elements, penalties, lesser included offenses and practice strategies and tips.
Rockind has more than 20 years of experience as a prosecutor and defense attorney and litigator, representing a wide array of defense clients in Michigan. He has noted expertise in cases ranging from drunk driving to complex federal cases, and his high profile cases include the Basketbrawl (Piston v Pacer) assault case at the Palace of Auburn Hills in Nov. 2004.
Rockind holds a Juris Doctorate degree from Wayne State University School of Law and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan. He is a member of the Michigan State Bar, Criminal Defense section of the State Bar of Michigan, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan, Michigan Trial Lawyers Association and the American Bar Association.
About Neil Rockind, P.C.
Neil Rockind, P.C., is a Southfield, Michigan-based criminal defense law firm aggressively pursuing justice for adults and juveniles facing criminal charges, including white collar crime and school discipline matters. To find out more about the firm’s services and resources, visit http://www.rockindlaw.com/.