About Silverstein-Law, P.A.
Jeff Silverstein is licensed in Maine and has appeared before all Maine courts, the U.S. District Court for the District of Maine, the First Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. He has practiced criminal law since 1990 and is a former State of Maine prosecutor. Jeff commenced private practice in 1996 and has since earned an excellent reputation as a criminal defense specialist. Jeff is a 20+ year Bangor resident.
In addition to his private practice, Jeff currently serves on the State of Maine Board of Bar Examiners and on the Advisory Committee for the Maine Rules of Criminal Procedure.
Jeff is a 1990 JD & MSL Degree recipient from Vermont Law School and a 1985 B.M. Degree recipient from Syracuse University.
In private life, Jeff is:
- A bluegrass musician who plays guitar, banjo, bass, mandolin & fiddle and is affiliated with several live performance groups including, TwoGrass, Dirigo Express & Maximum Blue
- Organizer of the community-based music group, Penobscot Fiddles
- A former coach for Eastern Maine Youth Lacrosse and Bangor Youth Hockey
Harris grew up in Freedom, Maine, and graduated with B.A. degrees in philosophy and political science in 2008. While an undergraduate, he was inducted into the National Political Science Honor Society (Pi Sigma Alpha), and was a Philosophy Honors graduate for defense of a thesis on competing theories of truth. Harris attended the Syracuse University College of Law, where he was selected through a competitive process as a member of the Moot Court Honor Society. While in law school, he participated in trial and appellate competitions, received an award for academic performance in constitutional law, and wrote an article on the philosophy of law. He graduated in 2011 and was admitted to practice in Maine of that year. Harris interned with the Office of the Maine Attorney General and worked as solo practitioner, practicing criminal defense exclusively. He worked for several years at a general practice firm in Belfast, where he continued to emphasize criminal defense, and joined Silverstein-Law in July of 2017 in order to specialize in that field.
Harris served as second chair to Jeff in a murder trial in the spring of 2017. He has a successful record at trial and has represented people charged with a broad range of criminal offenses. Harris is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the National College for DUI Defense, the Maine Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and the Maine State Bar Association. He is admitted to practice in Maine and in the U.S. District Court for the District of Maine.
Terry Robichaud lives in St. Albans, Maine, and studied through the Paralegal program at University of Maine, Orono, from 1994-1996. She has worked for Attorney Jeff Silverstein for over 20 years during which time she has gained extensive experience in the areas of criminal defense & general litigation trial practice and management. Her primary duties include general office oversight and the business accounting.
Terry enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She volunteers with the Patriot Riders of Maine fund-raising for local veterans. She is also an avid photographer who regularly photographs at the Piscataquis Valley Fair. She is also a member of CVIRN (Children Victim Identification & Rescue Network), a non-profit organization that researches finding the lost children subject to sexual exploitation.
Jodi Jordan lives in Hampden, Maine and graduated from University of Maine at Augusta with an B.A. Degree from the Justice Studies program. She has worked as a paralegal for Silverstein-Law since, November, 2014 and has gained experience working within the areas of criminal law, domestic relations and protective custody.
Jodi enjoys cooking, supporting her favorite professional football and hockey teams, riding her motorcycle, and occasionally skydiving.