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Why I do what I do

As a defense attorney, I am frequently asked how I can represent people I “know” are guilty.  My usual response is “Why don’t you ask a prosecutor how they can prosecute someone they “know” is innocent?”  I am then met with statements such as “that doesn’t happen.”  Well, in my opinion, it does.  I have seen it first hand.  Here is an interesting article on the depths some prosecutors will sink to in order to obtain a conviction.

 

60 UCLA L. Rev. 138

 

If you are facing court-martial charges, you need an experienced court-martial attorney.  If you or a loved one has been convicted at court-martial, you need an attorney experienced in court-martial appeals.  Contact me for a free consultation.

 

 

 

 

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