The Blanch Law Firm P.C.
261 Madison Avenue, 12th Floor
New York, New York 10016
Ryan G. Blanch
Mr. Blanch founded The Blanch Law Firm with one goal in mind: to win cases. Mr. Blanch is an experienced New York criminal defense lawyer handling all types of criminal cases. He personally obtained hundreds of victories in criminal court before even completing law school while working in the District Attorney’s Office. He went on to continue his legal career working as an attorney in one of the country’s most prestigious law firms. He now makes it his personal goal to obtain the best result for each and every one of his clients. His experience includes defending clients in cases involving serious felony charges including organized crime, assault, murder, conspiracy, sale of illegal narcotics, violent crimes, enterprise corruption, prostitution and internet fraud. Mr. Blanch has appeared as an expert criminal defense consultant on FOX NEWS LIVE.
COMMITTEES AND MEMBERSHIPS:
Listed in America’s Who’s Who for Criminal Defense Lawyers (2006 /07) New York State Defenders Association, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, New York State Bar Association, New York City Lawyers Association, New York County Bar Association.
PUBLICATIONS: Model Brief regarding constitutional standing and ripeness. 15 PACENVLR 913 (1998)
LECTURES & SPEECHES:
Appeared on Fox News and invited to appear on Court TV as an expert criminal defense attorney / commentator. “Extension of Fourth Amendment Rights to Dwellings of Homeless,” Washington, D.C., before panel of criminal attorneys and judges, 1999.
EDUCATION & AWARDS:
Doctor of Juris Prudence, SMU Law School, Dallas, Texas Law Review, member (Outstanding Service Award)
Criminal Law Moot Court National Champion,
Best Speaker and Best Brief Criminal Law Society,
Awarded for Superb Dedication “Son of Sam Laws,” Law Review Winner for Article Submission: UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles)
English, Bachelor of Arts Degree, Honors Dean’s list, Rowing Crew, Daily Bruin Journalist Bar Admission: New York and Federal Court (S.D.N.Y)