I've been doing this for twenty-five years. I've handled thousands of criminal defense cases. At this point, I actually consider myself a master as far as the criminal defense arena goes. So, what I've done is, I've done everything I possibly can to try to impart some of my knowledge to those people who are seeking answers when it comes to a criminal defense issue.
Dealing with a Bureaucracy That Can Take Away Your Freedom in Los Angeles
I realize how scary it can be when you're charged with a crime. You lose control of things. You're in a position where you're not really sure of what's coming around the corner. You're put into what I would characterize as a bureaucracy, but a dangerous bureaucracy, because these guys have the ability to take your rights away, take your freedom away and really cause some serious issues relating to your life, your career, your family and all of the things that are important to you.
That's why I've done these interviews. I'm really trying to get my information out there.
If you look through my website, this is all me writing the content in there. The videos, obviously, are of me and it's really not some web company putting stuff up. I'm a criminal defense attorney and I love what I do. I enjoy helping people and I think this is just another way to do that.
We've written some books. I've put all of the content on here myself. I speak to people pretty much every day about criminal defense — what it takes to win a case; what it takes to negotiate a case.
Interviews Designed to Answer Specific California Criminal Defense Questions
So, these interviews are really meant to answer some of your specific questions. The way the internet is set-up is that you can put in a question, click a button and the next thing you know, you've got information on that topic, and that's really what these interviews are meant to do.
They're meant to hit on some of the more frequently asked questions in criminal defense so you can start to get your answers. Now, these answers are not going to answer everything. They're going to give you a foundation. They're going to give you a start and hopefully, once you review the answer I have to the question, if it hits on your topic, you're going to feel better. You're going to start to take control.
As you probably know, knowledge is power. The more information you can gather about a topic — especially a topic like criminal defense or a specific question related to a case that you have — the more in control you're going to feel.
You're going to feel better about your prospects moving forward and you're going to be in a better position to start making the right moves for you and your case, and that's crucial.
Because once we take command and control of our case, once we realize what it's going to take to get that successful result related to our criminal case, now we begin to get peace of mind related to our criminal case — and that's what these interviews were meant to do. They're meant to try to educate you.
Sometimes people see a problem in criminal defense that they don't know how to deal with, and they don't know exactly what they're going to do — how they're going to tackle the problem.
Instead of making reckless, dangerous moves related to our case, making moves when we don't even know what we're talking about — the best way to handle it is to sit down with somebody like me. That's why I do these interviews.
I want you to feel comfortable. I want you to realize, most of the times when it comes to a criminal case, I've got the answers. I know what it's going to take to be successful in your criminal case. I know how to tackle it. I know how to take it step-by-step, inch-by-inch, in order to get you the result you must have.
You're going to have to trust somebody. You're going to have to start making some moves so that you can end up with the result you need. You can tackle this problem in a powerful manner, get through it and be successful.
Come out the other side as a power individual who has tackled your problem and been successful and got yourself out of the criminal justice system as fast as possible.
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