Do you have any interesting cases? That’s one of the most common questions I hear at social events. It’s not always the easiest one to answer. First, our cases involve confidential matters. Second, our cases don’t always involve stories made for television. Finally, The accusations against our clients are not always appropriate for polite company, even when they are not true. The following representative cases help answer that common question and provide a window into the types of cases we represent on a daily basis.
I have worked with great lawyers and had fabulous mentors. Over more than thirty years, I have experienced my share of good, and occasionally bad, outcomes. In an effort to share my experiences, I have created practice guides, designed for criminal defense lawyers, that include tips and valuable information about the way I approach various situations.
I created these videos to assist people facing investigations into allegations of professional or criminal misconduct. This twelve-part series uses a representative fact scenario to answer common questions our clients have about the process, working with a lawyer, and responding to an investigation.