Gary worked extremely well for me; delivering great results based on his experience, connections, and knowledge of the Legal system.
“The very first thing Gary did was to calm my nerves after being in jail overnight for a car accident. The second thing he did was to tell me everything I did correctly and how that would help our case and carefully laid out the challenges ahead. We set up a line of communication between us and Gary responded to any and all correspondence quickly. He kept me abreast of everything. He had a gut instinct that reviewing the tapes the police had of me multiple times would reveal something and he was right. He asked for postponement of the court appearance so he could do a thorough job and it paid off. My life could have been ruined but Gary was so diligent in reviewing all of the facts in such detail and he discovered some issues that helped my case. In finding a few more the prosecutor decided to drop the charges all together. I believe being on professional, respectful terms with the Judge, the prosecutor and even the police, Gary’s reputation commands respect within his realm. The outcome could not have been better, especially considering the charges that were at hand. He asked me to trust his postponement of going before the judge and he was right. Knowing all of the details of the law and taking his time to discover some evidence that was helpful to my cause proved valuable and lead to the success in this case.” -J.V.
“Gary helped me with a situation that I could not accomplish on my own.
I needed his ability, and trust to clean up some legal matters that we all encounter from time to time as self employed. I appreciate his background in the community, and education, which made him an easy choice. Thank you for your attention to detail.”
I’m a Criminal Defense Attorney Because…In my former life as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney I witnessed so much abuse of authority that my conscience wouldn’t let me continue to represent the government.
“The prosecutor has far more control over life, liberty and reputation than any other person in America. His discretion is tremendous. He can have citizens investigated, and if he is that kind of person, he can have this done to the tune of public statements and veiled or unveiled intimations …
While the prosecutor at his best is one of the most beneficial forces in our society, when he acts from malice or other base motives, he is one of the worst.”
Justice Robert Jackson, prior to serving as chief U.S. Prosecutor at Nuremberg.