Trust me, I’ve got your back.
If you don’t believe me, I may not be the right criminal defense attorney for you. I get the fact that you’ve never been in a federal conspiracy case before and that it scares the hell out of you. The good news, I have. Many many times.
I will patiently answer all of your questions and tell you what may strategy is to defend against the conspiracy allegations that you are been charged with. I will do whatever I can to lower your blood pressure, so long you know that I am lawyer and not a doctor.
Sometimes, no matter what I say, I won’t be able to ease every concern because, frankly, we both know that they are driven purely by emotion. And that’s perfectly fine. But here’s the thing, there comes a point where you will have to believe me when I say, “trust me, I’ve got your back.”
Having faith in your criminal defense attorney is essential if you are going to develop the type of working relationship that can really make a huge difference. If you honestly that the lawyer representing you does not have your best interests at heart, you might consider reevaluating the situation.
Going through the emotional challenges that anyone who has been charged with a white collar crime has experienced is bad enough. Adding to that pressure by not trusting your attorney is unthinkable and a recipe for disaster.
At the end of the day, people hire me for a reason. People want to put my experience to work for them. Part of that is knowing that extraordinary outcomes only come from extraordinary effort. I really do the very best for each and every one of my clients; no matter how complex their case may be. Trust me, I’ve got your back.