Edward Angel Named to Top 10 Lawyers This Year

Edward Angel Named to Top 10 Lawyers This Year

Tackling legal battles can feel like navigating a minefield, but fear not—this year’s top 10 legal pros are here to make the law less intimidating and a lot more accessible.

Legal jargon and courtroom dramas don’t have to be a solo journey of stress and confusion. These standout lawyers are stepping up to the plate, ready to take on any challenge thrown their way.

What sets these lawyers apart? They bring a killer combo of deep legal know-how and a real understanding of what you’re going through, ensuring you’re represented by the best, without breaking the bank.

Get ready to meet the brains turning the legal game on its head, making sure you walk into any legal showdown feeling empowered and confident.

Edward P. Angel

Is your attorney battle-tested? Edward P. Angel’s transition from the Army’s elite 82nd Airborne Division to the legal elite of South Dakota and Iowa makes him a formidable ally in your corner. A swift journey through college and law school in four and a half years showcases not just his determination but a knack for cutting through the noise.

As a former prosecutor in the largest county in South Dakota, Angel brings a unique dual perspective to the table. Handling everything from the gravest offenses to the complex world of juvenile delinquency, his experience speaks volumes. He has an impressive track record of handling cases involving serious crimes such as drug crimes, child abuse, assault, and murder.

Angel Law, Prof. L.L.C., his brainchild, embodies personal attention, trust, and a commitment to quality representation.Dedicated to serving veterans, Angel Law offers discounts regardless of discharge type, reflecting Edward’s ethos of honoring those who served.

His accolades, including being in the National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 (SD) from 2017 to 2024, attest to his prowess. Yet, his goal is simple – to be the go-to name in the region when facing criminal charges.

You can read the full article at MSN.