We begin every case by requiring an in-person, face-to-face meeting with our potential client. We don’t take on every case that walks in the door, so it is important that both the attorney and the client be comfortable with one another.
It is essential that the client feel that the attorney representing them is able to get the job done. We always encourage our clients to speak to multiple attorneys before making their final decision on which attorney is best able to help them through their situation.
After a short personal introduction, we will move on to the facts of the case, and the accusations being raised against our client. We then discuss the matter with a compassionate ear—recognizing that oftentimes police get it wrong. We understand that sometimes our clients make mistakes, and they shouldn’t have to carry those mistakes with them for the rest of their lives. Regardless, it is the government’s job to prove that our client is guilty, not the other way around.
Once we have a good picture of the facts of the case, the evidence that the government plans to present, and our client’s side of the story, we begin to formulate our defense road map. Every case we handle is prepared for trial—without exception. We find that aggressive preparation for trial is how we get the best results for our clients.
We may file motions, which are legal challenges to the evidence based on constitutional violations, or other legal arguments that could reduce or dismiss the charges.
What separates us from others is our relentless commitment to justice, our compassion for our clients and their families, and our superior courtroom skills.