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Asker
Posted over 2 years ago.

As for the time issue, I just learned of this today and posted after I was unable to find any other alternatives to removing it. Obviously you didn't see that I'm asking how a layman can go about resolving the issue without having to pay a lot of money in legal fees. To the average working person $200-500 an hour is not a small amount. I'm glad you're prosperous enough in your career to believe that it is. Also please don't assume that a person is not willing to pay such a "small sum of money" when you have no clue as to their current finances. I am willing to pay this if there is no way around it, but based on your "advice" I definitely know where I will not be spending my money. Clearly, pro bono (charity) work is a waste of time to you. So please do not waste your time nor mine in replying again.

***Update*** I contacted the jail that booked me and they stated once an individual is released there record/mugshot is no longer public record. Also, I prefer to hear from legal counsel in Salt Lake County.

Christopher Daniel Leroi
Christopher Daniel Leroi, Business Attorney - Parker, CO
Posted over 2 years ago.

Then you should post this in UT then. And additionally I started my career as an attorney in Salt Lake City. I do pro bono work every single day for clients. I also answer approximately 25 questions a day pro bono on Avvo as well. Furthermore, I charge my clients 1/2 of the going rate in the Denver metro area because I believe in a client's cause over getting rich. Contrary to your generalizations, most attorneys struggle to pay their rent and their bills just the same as anyone else. So, your claim that you know my finances is just as erroneous as your claim that I know your finances. I charge $150/hour after 23 years of practice (3 in Salt Lake City, UT), which is less than half of the going rate in the Denver metro area, which is currently $300-$375. So, instead of insulting people who are giving you "free legal advice", next time you should do your legal research. Avvo had our profiles with our experience and our fees on it. To be quite frank, I am very selective in who I choose as clients, so your comment that you would not use me does not hurt or bother me in the slightest. Your "knock" on wasting money for an attorney to do your work for you is bothersome. People constantly whine and complain about attorneys. However, here we are on our weekends taking time from our wives and children responding to your posts. Do you see doctors do that? Do you do that on your spare time? So, please spare all of us the sanctimonious drivel. You posted a question wanting "free" legal advice on a weekend and you received it from both Mr. Murillo and I. I do not see any other attorneys wanting to waste their time in responding to your answer. At $150/hour, it would take an attorney at most an hour to resolve your issue. YOU were the one that claimed that such was too heavy of a price to pay, but yet claimed that this mugshots posting of you was going to ruin your "career." So, do not "kill the messenger" for attorneys giving you accurate and correct advice. Post this in Utah. I have no idea whatsoever why you posted it in CO if this is for Salt Lake County attorneys. To be honest, although I have numerous ties to attorneys in SLC area, because my step-brother is a UT Supreme Court judge and could have given you a referral for someone to do this for your for free/pro bono, your decision to insult me has caused me to not want to assist you further.

Christopher Daniel Leroi
Christopher Daniel Leroi, Business Attorney - Parker, CO
Posted over 2 years ago.

If this is true, this should be reported to the US Attorney's Office in that area of Florida. It is a federal criminal case.

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anonymous
Posted almost 2 years ago.

ANONYMOUS.. whomever posted this... THANK YOU. THANK YOU . THANK YOU. I have tears in my eyes. Christopher Daniel Leroi, so many of you have no idea how hard this mugshot industry has hit our family, our friends, our careers, and our checkbook... No idea.