Defending The Rights of the Wrongfully Accused If you have found yourself accused of a crime, not only are you entitled to legal counsel, but it is essential that you secure legal counsel right away. You have the right to an attorney at every point during the legal process. If the judge determines that you are indigent, he or she will appoint an attorney for you, but this is not always the best option. These attorneys are frequently overloaded with cases, and you run the risk of not being able to get adequate representation. If you can afford a private lawyer, like myself, that is usually the best option for you to insure a favorable outcome for your case. My law firm can help you protect your rights and will defend you. I will get to know you personally and will be available to you 24 hours a day, if necessary. I will investigate your case, take all necessary depositions and file all appropriate motions on your behalf. As a former Prosecutor and practicing Trial Lawyer for the past 26 years, I will put my background, training and experience to work for you.
While working as an Assistant State Attorney, I developed a keen understanding of both sides of a criminal case. When I went into private practice in 1991, I saw the opportunity to help those who had been wrongfully accused of a crime get assistance in obtaining justice for their case. While I enjoyed my personal injury practice for many years, I was recently reawakened to my passion for defending the rights of those wrongfully accused of a crime. I wanted to not only help people with their personal injuries, but to protect personal rights as well.