Albert Krieger

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Albert Krieger is an American defense lawyer. He was mafioso John Gotti's lawyer. He is a nationally recognized expert on cross-examination.[1] He was the recipient of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers's 1995 Robert C. Heeney Memorial Award as well as their Lifetime Achievement Award in 1987.[2]

Krieger gained famed for being a defense counsel for both John Gotti and Joe Bonanno, Mafia chieftains.


References[edit]

  1. ^ Jim DeFede "The Best Defense Money Can Buy," Miami New Times Thursday, December 14 1995 http://www.miaminewtimes.com/1995-12-14/news/the-best-defense-money-can-buy/
  2. ^ "NACDL Awards" http://www.nacdl.org/public.nsf/freeform/awards?OpenDocument