Ramiro “Remy” Orozco practices in both federal (United States District
Courts) and Mississippi State Courts. He represents people. Some of
Remy's clients are accused of committing serious offenses and some are
accused of less serious matters. He treats clients with respect and
does not judge anyone for mistakes they may have made. Above all, if
you become Remy’s client, you will see he strives to do everything
possible to help you with your case. This may mean preparing the case
from the beginning for jury trial. Court is a frightening place for
many people and assistance can be given to lessen some of the fear.
Effective representation may also mean placing the client's "best foot forward" in attempting to educate the prosecutor that the client is a good person and/or that the client simply made a mistake in judgment. No two cases are the same just like no two personalities are the same. Many factors, such as who the judge or prosecutor is who will be involved in your case, will have a bearing on the approach Remy may suggest to take.
Remy has represented clients in lengthy multi-defendant cases as well shorter one day trials. His last protracted case was a 2008 and lasted three full weeks. There is nothing more important to a positive outcome in a client's case than solid preparation. Generally, when Remy is preparing a client's case for trial, 100% of his attention is devoted to their case. He often declines new representation because of his unwillingness to spread himself too thin. For every hour in the courtroom untold hours must be spent out of the court room preparing.
Remy also strives to communicate openly and effectively, and as often as necessary, with his clients. As it is "their case" the Client must be kept informed of what is going on with their case so the Client will know what he or she needs to know when making decisions on how to proceed, with Remy's input and suggestions course.
Remy truly prides himself on providing excellent, compassionate representation of his clients. If you retain his firm to represent you, you will see how much he cares about you and your case. He has a very successful track record in court that inures to the benefit of his clients. He will truly place 100% of his effort behind helping you in every way he can. You are a human being with rights - not a number called a defendant.
In addition to representing his clients, Remy strongly believes in the power of the jury system to help victims. You are encouraged to call him at (228) 831-0025 if you or a family member have been arrested or believe you are about to be arrested and want highly skilled legal help for a situation involving: