After receiving his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, Milton Hirsch joined the Office of the State Attorney in Miami-Dade County Florida, and rose to assistant chief of narcotics prosecution. Since entering private practice as a Florida Criminal Defense Attorney, Milton Hirsch has handled some of Miami's most notorious and controversial criminal cases. His acquittal of former Los Angeles Dodger/St. Louis Cardinal All-Star Pedro Guerrero on federal narcotics charges prompted the sports editor of The New York Post to write: “When the time comes that I finally snap, someone please contact attorney Milton Hirsch to represent me.” Milt is an adjunct professor at the University of Miami, a past president of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Miami chapter, and is named in The Best Lawyers in America. He is also listed as one of South Florida’s top lawyers in Miami Metro Magazine; in Florida Super Lawyers; and in the South Florida Legal Guide. In October of 2004, Milt’s novel The Shadow of Justice won the 2004 first-place award presented by the Midwest Independent Publishers Association in the mystery/suspense category, and was named as a finalist for the 2005 Benjamin Franklin Award in the category of Best New Voice (Fiction).