AP cut her teethe serving as an Assistant District Attorney in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office, one of the largest prosecuting offices in the country. As a city prosecutor, she was trained in high-volume, high-stakes courtrooms. Her trial experience is unquantifiable. She also worked as an appellate prosecutor, filing hundreds of appeals on behalf of victims of crimes. After amassing more than a decade of experience as a city prosecutor, AP accepted a position as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Eastern District of Michigan. There, she directed grand jury investigations, conducted trials in the United States District Court, and wrote appeals before the United States Sixth Circuit. She became an expert in federal sentencing guidelines along the way.
AP flipped sides several years ago and now pours her passion for advocacy into criminal defense. She owns and operates Prasad Legal, PLLC. Her knowledge and experience within the criminal justice system enable AP to represent clients in every stage, from pre-indictment to post-sentencing.