Vincent Haisha joined Flood Law as a clerk in 2010, where he prepared motions, briefs and legal memoranda for a variety of complex legal issues in the criminal and appellate practice groups. During this time, he specialized in Fourth Amendment issues
regarding search and seizure, and unlawful police stops. After successfully passing the Michigan Bar in 2012, Vincent joined the Firm’s Appellate Division, where he aggressively fought to overturn wrongful convictions.
Vincent is now a member of the Criminal Practice Group, where he specializes in drunk driving litigation, as well as a large variety of misdemeanor and felony offenses. He has successfully advocated for and defended clients in all of the District and Circuit Courts in Southeast Michigan, as well as Emmet, Livingston, Washtenaw and Grand Traverse Counties. He has argued before the Michigan Court of Appeals and has prepared and filed briefs before the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Criminal Defense, Civil, Appellate Practice
United States District Court at Eastern District of Michigan (Pending)
6th Circuit United States Court of Appeals (Pending)
Wayne State University Law School
University of Michigan – Ann Arbor
State Bar of Michigan
Oakland County Bar Association
Chaldean-American Bar Association
2012-Present: Attorney, Flood Law PLLC
2010-2012: Law Clerk, Flood Law PLLC
2008: Clerk, Honorable Timothy M. Kenny, Wayne County Circuit Court