Jason D. Lamm Attorney at Law A Boutique Criminal Defense Firm Serving Phoenix

Confessions of a Criminal Defense Attorney

People think I’m crazy to do what I do. I take on the tough cases; the ones that people don’t think can be won. Something must be wrong with me. Sure, there are a lot of criminal defense attorneys who just mail it in. They prepare for trial only when they know that the case is actually going to trial, and in the process lose not only evidence, but also valuable opportunities to win the case. That’s just not how I do things. It’s not how I do things in my personal life, and that’s not what I do when I represent my clients. It doesn’t matter if it’s a marijuana trafficking case, a white collar crime, or a murder charge – the approach is the same. Start fighting and start fighting right away.

Prosecutors Thought They Were Being Snarky—I Took It as a Compliment

While every case is different and requires a tailored approached, I know when I am making real progress on a case when prosecutors ask me the same question time and time again – “Is this your only case?” Hell no it’s not, but if a prosecutors think they are being rude by asking me this because I’m so firmly rooted up their backside (ouch), it tells me that I am doing my job the right way.

Some other flattering descriptions that prosecutors have used for me are:

  • Obsessive compulsive
  • Full Court Press
  • Relentless

To all of these I say thank you very much.

The truth is that when people used these terms to describe me, I know that they are setting me apart and, frankly, above the vast majority of all criminal defense lawyers in Phoenix. I am obsessive about my cases (though I do not engage in compulsive hand washing rituals), I do put a lot of pressure on prosecutors (remember that “up the backside” thing), and I am relentless about getting a great result for my clients.

Second Place Is Not an Option

Let’s face it. When you hire a criminal defense attorney in Phoenix, it’s because you want to win. There are two parties to a criminal case – the prosecution and the defense. So if you’re not winning, you’re losing. If the prosecutor walks away not getting what they wanted from my clients, then my clients just won. It’s just that simple.

If you need a criminal defense attorney to fight for you, and you don’t mind the fact that your attorney doesn’t give a damn that prosecutors don’t send him Christmas cards, then Jason Lamm is the one you need to call to defend your case. Located minutes from downtown Phoenix, personal and confidential consultations can be scheduled by calling (602) 663-9100.

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