In high publicity cases, the media and those who watch what the media says, often can’t understand, and are often dumbfounded by the results that I achieve.
The key is to approach each case, whether it is a high publicity case or not, with the attitude that no stone will be left unturned. More often than not, things are not as they appear on the surface. (Remember, nine-tenths of an iceberg is under water and not seen).
I am willing to take the time on each case to find that one critical point on which the jury will make their decision and which will destroy the prosecution’s case. In 38 years of practicing criminal law as an attorney, I have built a reputation for leaving no stone unturned, as both a prosecutor, in my early years of practice, and now as a criminal defense attorney with both regular citizens and law enforcement officers.