Sasha Shulman is an attorney, licensed to practice in Florida. She is a Florida native, who grew up in Palm Beach County. Ms. Shulman graduated from Tulane University in New Orleans and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology. She then returned to South Florida to attend the University of Miami School of Law, where she was a member of the International Honors Fraternity, Phi Delta Phi, and served as Vice President of the chapter. Prior to founding Shulman Law, Ms. Shulman served as an Assistant State Attorney for over a decade. She prosecuted cases in the Homicide, Career Criminal, Traffic Homicide, Domestic Violence, Felony, and Juvenile Units, and supervised twelve Assistant State Attorneys in the Felony Unit.
As an Assistant State Attorney, Ms. Shulman handled cases ranging from misdemeanors to major crimes, including robbery, drug trafficking, and attempted murder. She was then promoted to prosecute cases in the Homicide Unit, where she handled and tried all levels of homicide, including First Degree Murder. Ms. Shulman litigated well over 75 trials and hundreds of motions during her tenure as an Assistant State Attorney, and maintained stellar trial record throughout her career. With a unique perspective, utilizing fine-tuned analytical skills and attention to detail, Ms. Shulman offers services in Criminal Defense, Restraining Orders and Civil Forfeiture. The invaluable skills honed over a decade, between litigation and motion practice, lend to a comprehensive approach to handling your case.