Ethics of Criminal Law:
Our country’s founders believed in a just society and the right to a fair trial. Citizens must not be imprisoned or held accountable just because the government or other individual points a finger. For all crimes: tax evasion, murder, causing harm to another, or any other alleged criminal action, everyone is entitled to due process and a fair and speedy trial.
The founding fathers created a system which required proof that the crime had been committed. An unbiased jury must find, beyond a shadow of a reasonable doubt, that the person in question has in fact committed the crimes for which he/she has been accused. Everyone deserves a fair trial and, just as importantly, a committed lawyer.
Benjamin Franklin said, “… it is better one hundred guilty Persons should escape than that one innocent Person should suffer.“
I believe in the Constitution of the United States of American and I believe in my clients. It is not only my job, but also my duty to make sure that every one of my clients has the right to a fair and unbiased trial in the Jefferson County / Louisville court system. If you trust me with your case, I will do everything I can for you, and will work hard to try to get you the best possible outcome for your legal situation.
My Commitment to my Clients:
I pledge to do everything possible to make my clients feel reassured that I am there for them, and that they feel they are getting the attention their case needs. When I tell you that you will be hearing from me, you will really hear from me. I keep my clients informed and updated on progress with their cases, and I spend time learning about them, their goals and their needs. It is a unique, personal approach to the Attorney/Client relationship, and something you do not find everywhere. Client commitment is something I take very seriously. Although no one can guarantee an outcome, if you put your trust in me as your criminal attorney, I will commit myself to helping you to win the best possible outcome for your case.