Attorney

 

Andrew Hoverman
Maryland Lawyer

 

Andrew Hoverman, a Maryland lawyer, strives to give personalized legal services suited to the needs of each client.  Andrew has provided representation for clients residing, or needing a lawyer, across the state of Maryland.

 

Practice Areas

DUI, DWI

Traffic

Criminal

Divorce

Child Custody

Personal injury law (including car accidents, slip and fall, etc.).

Awards

Montgomery County Bar Association President's Citation for Outstanding Pro Bono Service

Certifications

Successfully completed NHTSA and International Association of Chiefs of Police course on DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing.

 

Education

George Mason University, Bachelor of Arts (2006).  Government and International Politics, Minor in History.  

 

University of Baltimore School of Law, Juris Doctorate (2011).

Miscellaneous

Staff Director for the Democratic Party of Virginia’s “Promote and Protect the Vote” Program in 2006.  In that election cycle, there were multiple contested races where he developed an appreciation for the law under the guidance of skilled election lawyers.  He remains strongly committed to participating in political campaigns and the electoral process to this day.

 

Staff Aide to the then Vice Chair of the Fairfax County, Virginia Board of Supervisors.  Responsible for issues relating to transportation, budget, and monitoring Virginia legislation. 

 

Andrew lives in Montgomery County, Maryland with his wife and their pug Daisy.  He has resided in the Washington Metropolitan region (first in Virginia, now in Maryland) for the past 18 years.

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