Something a bit unusual about me is that, along with being an attorney and mediator,... more
Something a bit unusual about me is that, along with being an attorney and mediator, I am also am a pastor with a Master of Divinity degree. I handled workplace ministries for a very large church and small groups/growth groups for a medium-sized one. I lived in Hong Kong for 11 months back in the mid 80's and have a passion for all things chinese. Finally, and most importantly, I ... view profile
I try to balance my life between work and spending time with my wonderful wife and... more
I try to balance my life between work and spending time with my wonderful wife and two great children. I enjoy bicycling and exercising, and when I can, reading non-fictional material. I give thanks to God for all the good (and not so good) fortunes and blessings he's given me and my family.
Nothing is more satisfying than hearing the words, "Not guilty," which is why I... more
Nothing is more satisfying than hearing the words, "Not guilty," which is why I thoroughly prepare for every trial. I look at the facts: the motives of witnesses, the credibility of witnesses, the scene of events, reports of law enforcement and experts. I pick apart the prosecution's case. Preparation and research is key to success. Call me.
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