Attorney Howard Dworman was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. In 2006, he earned his BA in Criminal Justice from Western Michigan University. Howard enjoyed his years in college and was active in intramural ice hockey, roller hockey, and soccer. During his studies, he was an active member of the Criminal Justice Student Association and a Teaching Assistant for a variety of criminal justice and sociology courses. Howard proudly received a certificate of appreciation from the College of Arts and Sciences for his work as a teaching assistant.
Following graduation, Howard put forward his responsibilities as a parole and probation officer at the Michigan Department of Corrections in 2007. After two years Howard was promoted to Court Liaison where he represented his colleagues in court, conducted presentence investigations, and drafted presentence reports for high profile cases. His analytical thinking complimented his job as a Court Liaison Officer. In 2011, Howard relocated to Arizona. He continued his profession as a probation officer with the Maricopa County Adult Probation Department and was immediately placed with an Intensive Probation Supervision team. While supervising probationers, Howard was an active member of the GITEM task force (Arizona gang specialty team), and an adjunct defensive driving and defensive tactics instructor.
In 2013, Howard retired from community corrections to attend Arizona Summit Law School. After completing his first year he earned a merit-based scholarship for academic success and performance. During his studies, he was the president and founder of the Criminal Law Society and participated as a student defender for the Honor Court. He was elected by his peers as a delegate to the Student Bar Association, as well as advancing his integrity with the Phi Alpha Delta national law fraternity as the chapter Marshal. In 2015 Howard was awarded the prestigious Danny A. Foundation Memorial Scholarship in Criminal Law. Howard graduated in 2015 earning his Juris Doctorate. He graduated near the top of his class and received several Dean’s List awards.
Howard began his career as an associate attorney with a local law firm and expanded his experience working for the Arizona Attorney General’s office and the Maricopa County Public Defender’s office before joining our firm, The Attorneys For Freedom Law Firm.