In a legal emergency, I’m the EMT you need to call!

During my career, I have dealt with thousands of civil and criminal matters. I have always been dedicated and committed to all of the clients that I’ve represented. I know the law, understand the law, and will defend your rights according to the law.

Skilled negotiator

I use my unique problem-solving skills to get the best results for my clients. I also use my extensive connections and relationships with prosecutors, judges, probation officers, and court staff for my clients’ benefit.

All cases welcome

I have dealt with cases involving very special circumstances, including family violence, mentally ill clients, intellectually disabled clients, and homeless clients.

I see my profession as an attorney as a ministry in which I was called to serve.

Relationships first

I realize that successfully resolving a case often involves the client’s entire support system. That is why I develop relationships, not only with my clients, but with their families as well, and will work with you and your family to achieve the best possible outcome for your case.


Attorney and Counselor at Law

When you or your loved one has been charged with a criminal offense, you need an attorney who:

  • Has handled thousands of criminal cases, including all degrees of felonies and all classes of misdemeanors
  • Has experience drafting and revising the criminal laws at the heart of these cases
  • Knows the process, the court system, and how to get you the best results

I am experienced in disposing of cases in each of the following ways in the best interest of my clients:

  • Deferred adjudication probation
  • “Straight” probation with a conviction
  • Jail/Prison Sentence
  • Trial, either before the Court or by Jury
  • Dismissals

Estate Planning

Do you want strangers deciding what will happen with your property after you die, or for your directives to not be followed if you are incapacitated? That’s exactly what will happen if you don’t take steps now to ensure that your wishes are properly memorialized.

Estate planning documents are legal devices that state your intent when you can not do so yourself. They include:

  • Last will and testament
  • Medical Power of Attorney
  • Statutory Durable Power of Attorney
  • Advanced Directive (Living Will)
  • Others

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