Larry W. Zukerman
3912 Prospect Ave. East, Cleveland, Ohio 44115
You need a firm that passionately believes in the constitutional protection afforded all individuals accused of a crime. A proven, respected, team that understands that distinguishing your case from others requires diligent scrutiny of all the facts and documentation, thorough legwork, and calling upon an impressive support network of investigators.
From the day our firm opened in 1993, we began building a reputation for a relentless pursuit of justice — a dogged determination to never give in, to always believe there is a smarter, more creative way to try a case. In fact, we’re the people who get called onto cases that are too contentious for other attorneys.
Further, many of our greatest victories are behind the scenes — it is not uncommon for Zukerman attorneys to be able to convince the police or prosecutor that they can’t even charge one of our clients in the first place.
Because we have many success stories across the spectrum of law, we resist labeling ourselves as specializing in, say, Criminal Defense, or any other particular area. We do however have particularly deep experience in the practice of Domestic Relations, Professional Defense and Personal Injury Defense.
Ultimately, you want to work with professionals who will never undersell you, who will lose sleep over your case, who will leave no molecule unturned in the pursuit of your freedom. You want Zukerman.
Larry has fought for the rights of individuals facing allegations of white collar crimes, computer/Internet crimes, sexual assault, Federal narcotics crimes, and many others. Often he handles the cases of high-profile or well-known citizens, which requires the utmost discretion. Balancing aggression with tact according to the needs of the case, Larry makes it a point to know each case better than the judge and prosecutors.
He is an adjunct-professor of law at The Case Western Reserve University School of Law, where he has taught for 17 years. In addition, he represents other lawyers and judges who face disciplinary charges. Being entrusted with the professional lives of his peers is perhaps the ultimate compliment within the legal profession.
In consideration of neighbors and friends, Larry only wears Steelers gear inside the house he shares with his family on Cleveland’s east side. Whenever possible, Larry attends Cavs games and skis, which is often and not often enough, respectively.