My passion for Criminal Defense began when I was a freshman in college. My freshman year I lived in the dorms where all the students rooms were customarily left unlocked. Near the end... more
My passion for Criminal Defense began when I was a freshman in college. My freshman year I lived in the dorms where all the students rooms were customarily left unlocked. Near the end of my first semester there, I noticed that $300 was missing from my wallet, which had been left lying in my unlocked dorm room. I informed the dorm manager that my money had been stolen. The dorm manager encourage... view profile
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