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Posted by Christopher
Summer 2014 I was in Baltimore, MD for an internship at Hopkins. Two weeks before I left for home, I was driving on a beautiful lush green hillside soaking up nature. Being a current resident of Los Angeles, CA I don't get much of mother nature, so I really appreciated the greenery in MD. As I was driving on the hillside my beautiful moment with mother nature was rudely interrupted by the high pitched sound and bright lights of a buzz-kill cop. I was furious but mostly scared knowing I would have to tell my mom I got a speeding ticket. I soon came to the conclusion that I had three routes I could take with the ticket.
1.) Bite the bullet and pay the fine.
2.) Run to Mexico and drink Dos Equis with the most interesting man.
3.) Take Judge Judy to Law School.
As much as I love a good street taco in Mexico, I quickly decided this was not an option. Now I'm faced with either surrendering, like a fat kid loves cake, or take the law into my own hands the same way our forefathers once did with the Queen of Tea Lovers. I quickly decided I was going to get some hot shot lawyer on a college budget none the less to dual it out with Judge Judy. I quickly asked Siri to get me the phone numbers of every traffic lawyer within a 20 mile radius of me. After reading some of the reviews the Top 20 lawyers were called by yours truly. Within the first five calls the option of handing a fat check over to the USofA seemed more reasonable than what some of these lawyers thought of a college kids budget. I decided to persevere and soon called the delightful Gary Wiessner. 10 seconds into the phone call Gary went from a 4th rounder (because I thought that was all I could afford) to being at the very top of my draft board. After two 360 spins by the planet earth I decided Gary was going to be my representative so I gave him a call. Not only was Gary within my budget he held my hand every step of the way. Gary was very professional on the phone, in person, and in emails; if I had a question he would swiftly get back to me. The best part of all because of the decades of experience Gary had he knew exactly what game-plan to call while at the courtroom. I'm not going to lie I was very scared just handing Gary money and trusting a lawyer to go to court and not just runaway with my money. Gary was able to get me out of the ticket, so my insurance would not find out because in the end that's why I decided to put the Law into my own hands, because as the great GENERAL GEORGE S. PATTON, JR. once said, "A man must know his destiny. if he does not recognize it, then he is lost. By this I mean, once, twice, or at the very most, three times, fate will reach out and tap a man on the shoulder. if he has the imagination, he will turn around and fate will point out to him what fork in the road he should take, if he has the guts, he will take it."
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