Federico Flores brings criminal defense and immigration practice to firm’s Knoxville office
Knoxville, Tenn.—(June 1, 2017) Spicer Rudstrom PLLC announced today the addition of Federico A. Flores to its Knoxville office. Flores, a former Assistant District Attorney General, has prosecuted and defended a wide range of criminal actions across general sessions, grand jury and criminal courts across Tennessee. He has a strong background in criminal litigation, with particular practice in DUI litigation. He is also experienced in immigration litigation against the federal government.
“The addition of Federico brings two new practices to our firm—criminal defense and immigration litigation. We are excited to expand into these areas and be able to offer these services to clients across our Tennessee offices, including right here in Knoxville,” said Clinton J. Woodfin, managing member of Spicer Rudstrom.
Prior to joining Spicer Rudstrom, Flores served in an Of Counsel role in the Law Office of Rachel Bonano, PLLC. He also worked as an Assistant District Attorney General in Knoxville. While in law school, he clerked with the Metropolitan Public Defender’s Office in Nashville, Tenn., and with the Knox County Criminal Court.
Flores earned his undergraduate degree from Penn State University and his law degree from the University of Tennessee College of Law. He is a member of the Knoxville Bar Association, Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, American Immigration Lawyers Association and the Nation College for DUI Defense.
Ann Dee McClane, (615) 425-7368