One Thursday in 2014, I made a horrible mistake and drove drunk in Gainesville, FL. By Monday, after reviewing about 6 different lawyers, I had set up a consultation with Rick to discuss my options. Rick was very professional but still relatable-- young, UF alum, not judgmental in the slightest. While the legal system is slower than molasses, Rick made sure that my case was a priority and that it progressed as quickly as possible. I'm happy to say after a mini depression, he was able to show me the light and get me the best possible results! I was able to graduate with 7 job offers (which I did not think would be possible after being background checked) and am able to successfully relocate states to work for a prestigious employer. While his services are (admittedly) higher than the competition, his knowledge and connections after working as a public defender definitely come in handy-- they sure did for me. The important thing about Rick is that he treated me like a client, not like a criminal. So many people (police officers, front desk workers, community service supervisors, fingerprinters or whatever they're called) treated me like a criminal after this, but Rick always treated me with dignity and respect. Hopefully I will never have to see him again, but it was an absolute pleasure working with him for the time that I did!