If you are accused of committing a crime, you are likely in the midst of a stressful, often frightening and upsetting experience in your life. You have either been wrongfully accused of criminal behavior or you have made missteps that have resulted in criminal allegations. In either situation, my approach is to meet you where you are regardless of the allegations and any personal obstacles you may face.
My belief is that people should neither suffer injustice nor be defined by their mistakes. As a result, I strive to form relationships with my clients based on the mutual respect, honesty and trust that will allow us to effectively and confidently confront the challenges ahead.
Pursuing Your Goals
I bear in mind that this is your case and you will make the ultimate decisions about how to resolve it. My role is to draw on my expertise to advise you on the law, represent your legal interests, and to make strategic decisions about how to best pursue the resolution you desire. I will also direct the work of investigators and other defense experts, as well as secure the services of interpreters or translators when needed.
When we first meet, I seek to offer you a realistic case assessment based on all available information. I will listen to what you have to say about the case and then explain the relevant law, possible defenses, your options, and any potential consequences. Most importantly, I will offer hope for achieving the best possible result.
This process usually requires about an hour of conversation either over the phone or in person. I am happy to offer this service free of charge. Once we’ve spoken you can decide whether you wish to retain me to represent you. I accept cash, debit cards and either Visa or Mastercard as payment methods.