Zalman B. Sapad
From Albuquerque, New Mexico, Zalman moved to Arizona to study Business and Global Politics at Arizona State University, later obtaining his law degree. His training as a trial advocate helps him to think strategically and see a case from the beginning to the end.
Dedicated and conscientious, Zalman brings valuable experience as an Attorney with the City of Phoenix’s Tenant Eviction Assistance Project where he represented tenants in fast paced eviction court, obtaining favorable outcomes for his clients when the odds were stacked against them.
He is a published legal author and brings a diverse range of experience and insight to the practice of criminal law. During law school, Zalman clerked for a Superior Court Judge and worked with two of Arizona’s criminal defense agencies: the Maricopa County Legal Advocate and the Public Defender Clinic.
Zalman is passionate about criminal justice and constitutional rights for his clients. He has worked to advance constitutional and criminal justice issues through work with the William E. Morris Institute for Justice and he brings that passion to every client’s case.