A. Donald C. Discepolo, Esquire
- Mass Torts
- Carbon Monoxide Litigation
- Civil Litigation
- Criminal Defense
- Personal Injury
Don started his practice with individuality in mind and he has touched upon almost every aspect of litigation. As a trial lawyer, he has litigated over 400 matters since his admission to the Bar in 1998.
This experience includes hundreds of criminal defense matters at the state and federal levels, as well as serving as court appointed attorney for civilians charged with crimes committed on military bases in Maryland.
Don has handled complex medical malpractice cases, recovering millions for his clients, as well as personal injury and wrongful death cases.
Don gives back to the community by being a dedicated member of the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Association and lectures at his alma mater, The Southern New England School of Law, in North Dartmouth, Massachusetts.
Don is a graduate of University of Maryland College Park and The Southern New England School of Law. He is a member of The Maryland Trial Lawyers Association, and The Maryland and Massachusetts bars.
2010; "Carbon Monoxide the Silent Killer", @ MD Assoc. of Justice, Greenbelt Maryland
2010; "Tips on starting a Practice", "Litigating The Big Case", @ Catholic University in Washington DC
2009; "Tips On Starting Your Own Firm" @ S. New Eng. School of Law in Dartmouth Massachusetts