Mohamad Baydoun is an Associate with Adams, Ferrone and Ferrone, joining the firm in 2020. Mohamad specializes in criminal defense and internal affairs representation. Mohamad has extensive criminal law experience representing hundreds of defendants in misdemeanor and felony matters, gaining tremendous trial exposure. Mohamad graduated from Taft Law School. During law school he externed for Orange County Superior Court Judge Kimberly Menninger (Criminal Felony Department) and worked as legal assistant to the distinguished criminal defense attorney Donald Re. Growing up in a union town Mohamad was surrounded by union members and leaders. While studying business in college he worked on the factory lines with the United Auto Workers Union. After college, he worked for the San Mateo County Community College District where he was elected shop steward with American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees.