Hilliard Moldof has been practicing solely in the criminal defense field for 44 years. He has been board certified in the area of criminal trial work since 1996, three years after the creation of the board certification program by the Florida Bar. Hilliard is recognized as one of the top 100 criminal defense lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers Association, and he has received the highest AV rating from Martindale Hubbell. Hilliard is a two time past president of the Broward Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers which awarded him the Harry Gulkin award for top criminal defense attorney of the year in 2012. He has tried over 50 capital crimes to a verdict and won an acquittal in the renowned case of State of Florida v. Seth Penalver. This was the first case in the United States involving a video recording of the actual Homicide. Hilliard has won acquittals for individuals in trials, appeals, and post-conviction proceedings. Hilliard represents individuals in State and Federal courts throughout the United States.
Hilliard E. Moldof, P.A.
Meeghan’s practice focuses on family law, dependency, and criminal matters. She practices in Broward, Dade and Palm Beach Counties. Meeghan was born and raised in Broward County, Florida. She received her law degree from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law and her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida. Meeghan began her legal career as an Assistant Public Defender in Broward County, Florida, where she practiced criminal defense at the juvenile and adult misdemeanor and felony levels. After gaining significant trial experience, Meeghan transitioned into the private sector. Meeghan handles all types of family law matters such as dissolution of marriage, post dissolution of marriage enforcement issues, paternity actions, child time sharing issues, and temporary and permanent injunctions. Meeghan also handles civil litigation. Moreover, Meeghan handles all types of criminal defense matters ranging from driving under the influence, drug related offenses, domestic violence and serious felony charges.
Meeghan Moldof, Esq.
Kelsey Moldof has been a member of the Florida bar since 2011. She began her career at the Broward County Public Defenders Office where she represented indigent clients charged with both misdemeanor and felony crimes. Kelsey has experience representing clients in every aspect of criminal proceedings including jury trials and complex hearings. After gaining extensive experience as a public defender Kelsey transitioned to private practice. In 2015 Kelsey began working for Hilliard Moldof where she continued to practice criminal defense and also gained experienced practicing employment law at a private civil firm. In the area of employment law, Kelsey represented employers and various public agencies in litigation matters, including a wide variety of employment, insurance defense, governmental liability and civil rights litigation in both state and federal courts.