About Oleg Fastovsky
I'm passionate about taking true effort and doing everything I can to help those who come to me in and get the best possible result!
I am an experienced Maryland trial attorney that has helped numerous individuals charged with all forms of criminal offenses, ranging from basic traffic matters to serious felonies and federal crimes. My main office is located in the World Trade Center in downtown Baltimore City, which is not only one of the tallest buildings in Baltimore, but the only office building directly on the water. The office is only minutes away from the Baltimore City Jail and Central Booking facility.
I grew up in the Baltimore area and attended Towson University, where I attained both an undergraduate and master's degree. I then attended the University of Baltimore School of Law, where I graduated magna cum laude and in the top 10% of my entire law school graduating class.
I have been nominated in SuperLawyers Magazine each year since 2012 as a Top Attorney/Rising Star. I am also an associate professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law, where I have run the schools' National Trial Competition since 2008 and teach students trial advocacy and preparation. Prior to criminal defense law, I clerked for the Court of Special Appeals.
Mr. Fastovsky is a class act. He took my case at the very last second and he is very reasonably priced. We literally walked in and walked right back out of the courtroom. I was very ill prepared and was having a horrible week. Any sense of nervousness, I was showing that. He was the voice of reason, and worked especially hard for me. Of the literally 10 mins I spent in the court room maybe 2 of those were in front of the judge as they dropped my charges. Be advised this was a serious group of charges I was facing. I could have been jailed for some time for them. I recommend this lawyer to any and everyone. Easy to work with, fairly priced and a gentleman to say the least. Thank you Mr. Fastovsky.
Rating: ★★★★★ 5 / 5 stars
Rafael V. - EXCELLENT ATTORNEY
I've turned to Mr. Fastovsky a couple of times now for help. He is extremely professional and friendly. He's helped ease my nervousness, and works very hard and gets great results. I've had other attorneys in the past, but have never been as happy or confident in them as I've been with Mr. Fastovsky.
Rating: ★★★★★ 5 / 5 stars
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facing 18 years incarceration on a violation of probation. Prosecutor, and judge wanted significant incarceration. Attorney Fastovsky uncovered and argued a flaw in the judge's original sentence years earlier. Judge agreed that the defense was right and VOP was dismissed in its entirety.
25-Year-Old Baltimore Man charged with assault. Roomate accused client of attack. Due to prior criminal record, prosecutors were seeking substantial jail. Following a jury trial, jury deliberated less than an hour before returning a unainmous verdict of Not Guilty.
College Student Faced Numerous Counts of theft. Frostburg student charged with stealing cell phones from locker room. Police entered client's room and found numerous phones. Attorney Fastovsky challenged the illegal entry by police. After substantial argument, judge agreed with the defense that the police activity was unlawful. Result: Not Guilty on all counts.
Eastern Shore Man Charged with Felony Child Abuse. Halfway through an 8-day jury trial, after intense pressure, cross examination and argument, Defendant exited the courtroom a free man, with no criminal record or convictions, and eligible for an early good-cause expungement of all charges filed against him in the matter.
Woman Faced Perjury Charges and Deportation. Woman from India charged with Perjury and faced deportation if found guilty. Woman convicted in District Court and sentenced to incarceration. On appeal and following a jury trial, in which Mr. Fastovsky artfully cross-examined the State's witnesses and presented a powerful theory of the case, the jury returned a unanimous verdict of Not Guilty.