Criminal Division Chief
Adi K. Goldstein
Assistant United States Attorney Adi K. Goldstein was named Criminal Division Chief in January 2014. AUSA Goldstein joined the United States Attorney's Office in 2002 as a prosecutor in the drug unit.
For three years, Ms. Goldstein prosecuted a variety of cases involving drug distribution, firearm offenses, immigration offenses, and bank robberies. After a brief stint as an attorney in the Civil Division working on Affirmative Civil Enforcement, Ms. Goldstein rejoined the Criminal Division to work on health care fraud prosecutions. For the past three years, Ms. Goldstein has focused on complex health care fraud, money laundering, and white collar prosecutions, as well as drug cases involving international drug smuggling and illegal distribution of various prescription drugs and controlled substances.
Ms. Goldstein was named Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division in November 2009.
Ms. Goldstein is a graduate of Harvard College and Columbia Law School. After Law School, Ms. Goldstein clerked for Judge Wilfred Feinberg of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. Thereafter, she was an Assistant D.A. at the Manhattan D.A.’s office.