GENERAL OFFENSES

As a prosecutor, I tried over fifty jury trials and handled hundreds of other felony and misdemeanor cases that resulted in non-trial dispositions.  I know how to research and analyze complex legal issues.  In addition, I trained new law enforcement personnel on courtroom procedures and assisted less experienced prosecutors with their trial preparation and trial advocacy skills.

 

During my time as an Assistant District Attorney, I prosecuted many types of general felony and misdemeanor cases, including firearm offenses, felony and misdemeanor assaults, property offenses, and financial crimes.

 

If you are charged with a general felony or misdemeanor offense and need representation, I would look forward to working with you.  Through my experience, I would examine your case from every angle and would work with you in determining the best course of action. 

As a prosecutor, I tried over fifty jury trials and handled hundreds of other felony and misdemeanor cases that resulted in non-trial dispositions.  I know how to research and analyze complex legal issues.  In addition, I trained new law enforcement personnel on courtroom procedures and assisted less experienced prosecutors with their trial preparation and trial advocacy skills.

 

During my time as an Assistant District Attorney, I prosecuted many types of general felony and misdemeanor cases, including firearm offenses, felony and misdemeanor assaults, property offenses, and financial crimes.

 

If you are charged with a general felony or misdemeanor offense and need representation, I would look forward to working with you.  Through my experience, I would examine your case from every angle and would work with you in determining the best course of action. 

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