#1: What made you choose a career in criminal law?
I found the study and practice of criminal law exciting and ultimately decided to use my interest to help people.
#2: In your opinion, what sets your firm apart from other firms in the area?
My vast experience and knowledge over 20 years and the personal approach I provide to my clients.
#3: Tell us about a case that you are particularly proud of:
I was able to get a mentally challenged man's arson case dismissed after convincing the DA that his confession was not trustworthy due to his mental issues.
#4: What steps do you take to prepare for a difficult case?
Fully read and study all documents involved and conduct thorough research to ensure the best possible defense.
#5: How do you view your role in the attorney-client relationship?
Not only to provide the best legal advice but to also counsel clients to make sure they understand every aspect of their cases.
#6: What sets you apart from other criminal defense attorneys – why is this important?
My knowledge, experience, and personal approach to providing the best criminal defense possible.
#7: How does having experience benefit your clients?
It gives you an advantage because you know how the system works. That enables you navigate the rough seas that are the criminal justice system and guide your clients through it to protect them from harm. You know how and who to speak to in order to help your clients.
#8: What types of cases do you specifically handle?
All criminal matters including but not limited to murder, attempted murder, theft cases, drug cases, gang cases, robbery, burglary, DUI(with and without injury), spousal abuse, assault and battery cases, driving on a suspended license cases, arson, carjacking.
#9: In your opinion, what is the most rewarding aspect of your job?
Helping people when they need it the most.
#10: What advice do you most often give your clients & why?
Never speak to law enforcement without speaking to a lawyer first. Speaking to law enforcement can hurt your case so exercise your right to remain silent and speak to a lawyer first.