Client Matters

Client matters are served by founding attorney, Patrick Hoover and the decades of targeted legal experience he brings to HooverLaw, LLC. Our clients hold a wide range of cases to be found in the courts, at school and in the myriad of proceedings which directly involve children, youth, students and their families. At HooverLaw, LLC, the focus of our practice and the effort we bring to each client is targeted at one objective: providing the finest legal representation possible, coupled with effective and meaningful advocacy always afforded to each client. The extensive history of legal representation at our firm is grounded in cases of juvenile delinquency and adult prosecution defense, school disputes impacting regular and special education law, school placement and programming, expulsion and suspension, community offenses of drug and weapons arrest, assault, drunk driving and traffic offenses, gun, marijuana and other forms of unlawful possession, domestic violence and abuse, theft, restitution, trial and appeal involving these and countless other matters focusing on legal advocacy for youth, teens, children and their families in Maryland and Washington, D.C.

We represent youth and their families.

If you or your child, are, or, could be, formally charged with criminal misconduct – regardless misdemeanor and felony offense, our State, and Federal Constitutions guarantee each of us a full and fair defense under the law. We provide that defense through speedy and experienced advice, counsel and skilled legal representation resulting in the best possible outcome for our clients under the facts of each case.

HooverLaw’s Education Law Practice.

We provide vast legal experience success to our student-clients and their families through highly focused and effective representation of all legal issues and concerns found in both public and private schools, whether special or regular education students. Our student-clients range from K-12, post-secondary, and on into in graduate school.  undergraduate. Legal issues may include eligibility, school special services, student misconduct, suspensions, expulsions, placement services, reasonable accommodations, academic sanctions, disciplinary sanctions, Title IX investigations, bullying, special needs advocacy, Mediation and Due Process Hearings held in conjunction with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Civil Rights Act. Regardless of one’s disability, US law mandates that all students be provided a meaningful education.Our firm takes pride in its special work as counsel and advisor to children, youth and their families.

With almost 30 years of courtroom experience in all facets of criminal and civil trial law, our clients, throughout Maryland and the District of Columbia, have come to understand the meaning of trust and confidence in the services we provide.