Over the last thirty-five years, Pam Perry has represented hundreds of people being investigated or prosecuted for alleged misconduct by state and federal authorities. Pam served as the first woman president of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, (Miami Chapter), and has defended cases involving allegations of health care fraud, wire and bank fraud, drug trafficking (including “pill mill” allegations against health care providers), public corruption, homicide, and a wide variety of other offenses in federal and state trial and appellate courts.
For many years Pam taught Federal Criminal Practice at the University of Miami School of Law as an adjunct professor and has written in the area of jury selection and change of venue. She is often asked by other lawyers to provide legal and strategic support in criminal investigations and proceedings.
Pam never loses sight of the fact that her clients retain her to represent them in matters that can profoundly affect their reputation, livelihood, freedom and family, and has earned a reputation of being a relentless, prepared, and scholarly advocate who employs creative approaches to resolving apparently insoluble problems.