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					                                        Samuel B. Goldberg
                                          Attorney at Law

Fox News Channel                                  New York, NY                     3/05-Present
Legal Analyst
Legal expert for Fox News Channel programs including “Studio B” with Sheppard Smith and “Fox & Friends”.
Provided legal analysis and discussion of Michael Jackson trial, Robert Blake verdict, Scott Peterson verdict,
Terry Schivo case, BTK killer and Michael Ross death sentence from the perspective of a prosecutor or
defense attorney.

WMET (Fox News Radio)                             Washington, DC                   3/05-Present
Legal Analyst
Guest and Legal Analyst on WMET’s “J.D. Ballart Show”. Discussed Jackson, Blake and Schivo cases.

Law Offices of Samuel B. Goldberg                 Boston, MA                       9/92-Present
Sole proprietor of law practice specializing in criminal law. Bar Advocate for Suffolk Lawyers for Justice;
assigned to Chelsea District Court, Charlestown District Court and Suffolk Superior Court. Provide extensive
experience in preparation and trial of criminal matters at the District and Superior Court levels. Federal Court
(criminal and civil) and civil trial law experience. Criminal cases include “United States v. Mark O. Henry”,
“Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Eric Hinden” and “People v. Anthony Green”.

Riemer & Braunstein                               Boston, MA                       9/90-9/91
Barron & Stadfeld, P.C.                           Boston, MA                       9/91-9/92
Litigation Associate
Handled all facets of litigation of criminal and civil matters involving collections, lender liability, personal
injury, workers’ compensation, contract and police brutality.

Kings County District Attorney                    Brooklyn, NY                     8/85-9/90
Assistant District Attorney
Extensive investigative and trial experience in homicide, narcotics and sex crimes/special victims’ bureaus.
Directed police investigations of felony cases; including interviewing witnesses, preparing statements and
drafting line-up orders, search and arrest warrants and criminal complaints.

Guest Lecturer                                                                     1987 - Present
Speak about trial advocacy and the practice of criminal law with new attorneys, members of law enforcement
and students at agencies including National Association of Police Organizations, Practicing Law Institute,
Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education and Federal Criminal Justice Agency.

Boston University School of Law                   Boston, MA                       1/91-5/03
Adjunct Faculty
Taught advanced trial advocacy course and trained students in various aspects of preparing and conducting
jury trials. Coached national mock trial team for American Trial Lawyer’s Association Competition.

Boston University School of Law, Juris Doctorate, 1985
Tufts University, Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, 1982
Licensed in MA (Federal and State) and NY

                           REPRESENTED BY: Mike Perlow, 781-640-1912

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