Guy Fronstin was awarded the distinguished honor of being selected as a Super Lawyer. Being selected to the Super Lawyers list is an exclusive honor, indicating that Guy is in the top 5 percent of Florida's attorneys as recommended by his peers and the Super Lawyers comprehensive in house research processes. The selection process is very rigorous and is awarded to the top attorney's who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
Guy Fronstin is one of Florida's leading criminal law trial attorneys with more than 18 years of experience. He is committed to helping others work through their most difficult times, and since establishing The Law Office of Guy Fronstin in 1998, he believes strongly in taking on pro-bono matters and victim representation. The types of cases Guy counsels include juvenile, DUI, drug and sex crimes, domestic violence, vehicular manslaughter, murder, probation violations, professional license and political campaign violations, and business and economic crimes.
He began his career as Assistant State Attorney in Palm Beach County where he was a Division Chief. Guy was later appointed Special Prosecutor to prosecute conflict cases for the Government. Guy also served as an attorney for the NASD (now FINRA), handling stock market disputes; co-authored the book, College, Maximize The Opportunity, to empower students to get the most out of college; and founded Legal Insurance of North America to provide affordable access to the legal system.
Guy frequently handles high profile cases and has worked cases with many prominent attorneys such as Roy Black and Alan Dershowitz. He has appeared on 20120, Dateline, Primetime, Geraldo, America's Most Wanted, and network news regarding clients' cases as well as to opine on other criminal cases.
Respected by his peers and known for consistently delivering positive outcomes, Guy was appointed Chair of the South Palm Beach County Bar Association's Criminal Law Section. Additionally, he co-founded the Morikami Park Elementary Foundation and serves on the Board of Directors of The Haven, Boca Raton Police Athletic League, and the ADL's Law Enforcement Committee.
Guy Fronstin: During his more than 16 years in practice, attorney Guy Fronstin has represented hundreds of Clients in criminal defense cases ranging from DUI and drug possession crimes to economic crimes and murders.
His expertise has helped Clients navigate through the judicial system to find the best resolution to their cases. Fronstin, however, makes it a point to help his Clients outside the courtroom as well.
"We not only fight every aspect of the case for our Clients but we also get intimately involved to help them find solutions so they can move forward" Fronstin says. "We do a lot of hand holding with our Clients during this very scary time in their lives."
In addition to criminal defense work, Fronstin also represents victims of crimes, using his knowledge to help guide them through the system. Last year he worked with close to 70 Bernard Madoff victims strictly on a pro bono basis.
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