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Examining the Facts
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. Learn more
Navigating the System
Unless you are transacting business, calling a lawyer for help usually means you have an intractable, stressful problem. To resolve this dilemma and eliminate this stress, you’ll have to navigate the modern American judicial system, which dispenses system more predictably than justice. Your situation may require courthouse litigation, administrative hearings or probate processes. Success requires correctly interpreting the signs, translating the legal codes, selecting the strategies and gauging the risks. I want to help reduce this strain, help you know what to expect, and guide you to the best possible outcome. Learn more
Taking the Next Steps
So your research has brought you to my website. Take the next step, and contact me. Call me 860-969-4911, or email. If I don’t know the answer, I’m not afraid to call someone who does. Either through my mentors, or my network of international contacts, I’ll figure out how to help. If I can’t help, I’ll find someone who will. Learn more