pop over to this website Prevailing in a dispute demands you to tell your story better than the other parties. Before I became a lawyer in November 2010, I spent almost two decades as an investigative journalist, a job of discovering facts to craft narratives. To find out what really happened and uncover hidden truths like police corruption, I had to interview people and sift through documents and then process that information to write understandable stories for the general public. A lawyer is a professional writer. But a lawyer tells the client’s story, and a lawyer’s audience is opposing counsel, judges (and their law clerks) and juries. And unlike reporters, lawyers have the power to compel answers, whether it means subpoenaing witnesses or winning a court order to depose the governor. I will turn over every stone in my effort to help you tell your story in your pursuit of justice.