Susan Filan was born on the 24th of August 1959. Susan is a known trial lawyer and a former State prosecutor in Connecticut, and she is now MSNBC’s Senior Legal Analyst. Susan earned her law degree from Quinnipiac University School of Law and became its alumni association’s president.
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Susan grew in Weston Connecticut in a family of lawyers. Susan’s father was the Judge Frederick A. Freedman of the State Appellate Court, and her uncle was also a judge in U.S. District Court.
To Whom did Susan Married?
There was no information about Susan’s married life. But she has two adopted daughters from China.
Susan’s Career and her Net Worth
Susan began her career in 1991 as a criminal defense lawyer for a legal aid clinic based in New have, Connecticut. The smart lawyer was representing defendants of indigenous groups who have been charged with crimes.
After which, she went private practice. Susan specialized in criminal and matrimonial law and represented at appellate and trial level in federal and state court. In 1998, Susan joined State Attorney’s Office and worked for The Division of Criminal Justice. Susan was among the 500 prosecutors who are responsible for the prosecution of crimes in Connecticut. In 2003, Susan became the Assistant State Attorney for Judicial District of Fairfield.
In 2005, Susan began appearing in televisions giving commentaries. The lawyer started appearing in MSNBC, CNN, Fox News, ABC News, BBC News, Court TV, and CBS News and she usually provided comments on high profile cases including cases of Michael Peterson and Michael Jackson. In May 2005, Susan decided to pursue a career in media, and she resigned as a prosecutor.
Susan joined MSNBC and NBC News to provide legal analysis. Susan exclusively offered analysis of the trial of Michael Jackson and covered the trial from California. After that, she continued giving legal analysis for MSNBC and occasional on NBC News. Susan then promoted as Senior Analyst in 2006.
25 Nov, 2018