Amy Chudzinski grew up in Ohio and began her academic career as a theater major in college. She continues to utilize those skills in the courtroom every day. She ultimately got her B.A. in Political Science and her J.D. from the University of Toledo.
Ms. Chudzinski has 10 years of criminal defense experience, especially violent felonies and jury trial experience. She is a member of the James Kent American Inn of Court. She has previous experience working as a government contractor and enjoyed working with military service members, particularly wounded warriors.
Ms. Chudzinski has keen insight which allows her to easily connect with people. Coupled with her analytical, direct feedback-driven style, she builds a foundation of loyalty and trust with her clients.
Attorney at Norfolk Public Defender’s Office Commonwealth of Virginia (2016-2019) Norfolk, Virginia
Assigned to the Violent Felony Team, represented indigent adults in felony and misdemeanor proceedings. Extensive litigation and jury trial experience in the General District Court and Circuit Court.
Counseled clients daily and made sure clients were fully aware of the criminal justice process and filed appropriate motions and paperwork ensuring clients were represented zealously within the bounds of the law.
Accurately and diligently maintained detailed client files to provide quality representation, including evaluation and clarification of legal issues, legal research and case analysis to determine appropriate course of action.
Conducted appropriate legal research and prepared proper legal documents in accordance with strict court deadlines and procedural guidelines.