For over 25 years, Rustam A. Barbee, Attorney at Law, has helped people in Honolulu who have been charged with crimes or issued traffic tickets. Rustam has a long history working criminal cases, working as a prosecutor before starting his own law firm. He has handled many complex cases for his clients, inside and outside the courtroom.
Rustam will meet directly with you to learn more about your situation. He is a friendly, compassionate attorney who wants to make sure that you get the representation you need. As your lawyer, Rustam will take action to protect your rights throughout your case. Whether you have been charged with a state or federal drug crime or speeding, Rustam will fight for you.
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Rustam provides experienced assistance to people throughout Hawaii who have been charged with state and federal crimes. He also represents motorists, commercial drivers and military members who have received traffic tickets. Call 833-387-4804 today to arrange your initial consultation.
Rustam A. Barbee, ("Rus"), practices law in Hawaii and Federal courts from his office located at Century Square in Honolulu.
Attorney Barbee attended the University of Wisconsin law school and obtained his Juris Doctorate degree in 1984. From 1984 to 1989 Attorney Barbee was a prosecuting attorney for the Wisconsin Attorney General's office, specializing in white collar offenses such as securities fraud, Medicaid fraud, embezzlement, and racketeering. Attorney Barbee also handled violent crime offenses including murder cases.
From 1989 to 1997, Attorney Barbee was an Assistant Federal Public Defender for the districts of Hawaii and Guam. At the public defender's office, he handled a wide variety of defense cases from DUI and traffic matters to drug, conspiracy, and murder cases as well as white collar cases.
Since August, 1997, Attorney Barbee has been active in private practice and is available to provide legal representation to clients in Hawaii and Federal Courts. Some cases require employing experts such as investigators, accountants, medical doctors, or other forensic experts to assist in the case.
University of Wisconsin Law School, J.D. - 1984