I'm from Georgia, and I'm a traveling lineman. Was arrested for felony weapon charges, while sitting in my truck in the hotel parking lot. Pure ignorance of the law, and 100% compliance, honesty, and even telling the cops that I had nothing but respect for them had me looking at charges that would very possibly cost me everything I've worked for for 20 years. This was my first jail experience, and was treated like an absolute dog. I didn't realize how unfairly you could be treated as an innocent person, even if it was just innocent until proven guilty. I was recommended to find George by a fellow inmate, one of my best friends is a lawyer in GA, he recommended George, and my mother in law who had my back, and sought out the best lawyer in Michigan, which was George. He had two felonies charges turned into a civil infraction, and $200 fine. But more importantly, I still have my house, vehicles, and the ability to continue my career, and my families livelihood. Would also like to mention that I'm a conservative redneck hillbilly from GA, and while sitting in a crowded holding cell in Macomb county Michigan, with all types and colors, that the only bad people in there were jailers. A young black man used his phone money to help me contact my wife, and every time I tried to ask anything, I was screamed at by the jailers. If it wasn't for the "criminals" around me, and all the advice, and telling me what to expect, I would probably still be in jail. I have a complete different perspective on things now, and completely respect, and appreciate criminal defense attorneys.