It frequently happens when I get a new client that I hear some variation on the following:
I'm completely innocent. I didn't do anything. The witnesses, and police officers are lying. Nobody even saw me anywhere near where this crime … [Read More...]
Michael Konopasek, of Seattle's KING 5 News, reports on a real problem today:
[There is a]n overwhelming negative perception of law enforcement, which is making their jobs difficult.
This is a huge problem:
In the Seattle metro area, police … [Read More...]
A Lawyer & His Blog
Modern technology is, in many ways, a great thing. In the old days, when you needed an attorney, unless you knew someone who knew an attorney -- and not just any attorney, but one who practiced the kind of law you needed -- there weren't many ways for you to learn about the attorney you might hire before you hired him. While many attorneys advertised in the yellow pages, there wasn't a lot of information in a yellow pages ad from which … [Learn More...]
What Others Say About Me
It's easy for a lawyer to tell you how wonderful he is. As one of my friends is fond of saying, "On the Internet, no one knows if you are a dog." In reality, the same holds true when you visit an attorney in his or her office.
The client reviews on this page are excerpts from my profile over on Avvo. This provides an opportunity for potential clients to see what former clients have had to say about me, and how I handled their cases. If you are … [Learn More...]
When you have a brain tumor, you don't go to a kidney specialist. When you've been accused of a crime, why would you go to a lawyer who does family law, immigration law and -- oh, yeah -- criminal defense.
I practice only criminal defense, in both State Adult, State Juvenile, and Federal Courts.
I handle violent crimes, gang crimes, weapons charges, drug crimes (including medical marijuana), sex crimes, and more.:
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