Paul A. Goldberger is a former Assistant District Attorney with years of experience and a reputation for tough, effective advocacy. He has been practicing law since 1966. As former prosecutor, his rich experience enables him to provide excellent advocacy for clients in New York.
Mr. Goldberger is a New York City native. Committed to his community, he is proud to provide the city’s residents with elite advocacy as a criminal defense attorney. He graduated from Tufts University with his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1963 and went on to attend St. John’s University to pursue his law degree, obtaining his J.D. in 1966.
After graduating from law school, Paul Goldberger served as an Assistant District Attorney in New York County from 1966 to 1970. This experience gave him an edge in understanding how to advocate for his clients as a criminal defense lawyer. He has seen both sides of the justice system and is able to effectively represent his clients.
Passionate about advocating for the rights of his clients, Mr. Goldberger is knowledgeable, experienced, and dedicated to providing his clients with innovative and effective representation. He takes the responsibility of advocating for a criminally accused client very seriously.
Some of Mr. Goldberger’s previous clients include those accused in the French Connection drug smuggling case featured in the feature film The French Connection, those accused in the assassination of the Chilean ambassador to the United States (Orlando Letelier), those accused of major multimillion dollar tax frauds, and leaders of both South American and United States cartels.
Mr. Goldberger has tried over 20 homicide trials to verdict.