Jan Napp comes to Flood Law after an illustrious 23 year career with the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office. Ms. Napp handled over one thousand appeals, emergency applications for leave to appeal, motions for new trial, evidentiary hearings,
motions for relief from judgment, and oral arguments, with virtually all cases involving capital offenses, she also argued before the Michigan Supreme Court over ten times and had a number of cases successfully resolved without oral argument.
Ms. Napp has served as President of the Wayne County Government Bar Association and was on the bargaining team that negotiated the 2004-2011 collective bargaining agreement. She co-authored Restitution and the Rights of Crime Victims, an article which was published in the June, 2000 issue of the Michigan Bar Journal. Jan has conducted numerous police training seminars for police agencies in Wayne County.
Criminal Defense, Civil, Appellate Practice
United States District Court at Eastern District of Michigan 1988
6th Circuit United States Court of Appeals
Oakland University BA, Spanish, Political Science 1983
Oakland University Master in Public Administration 1984
Detroit College of Law, JD 1987
1987 - 2010 Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office