Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Attorneys Who Specialize In DUI...

I can't really say if one city has a higher percentage of DUI's than another because I have not researched those facts, but I do know that Southern California has an aggressive law firm that defends DUI offenders. I do know that as American citizens we are innocent until proven guilty but what are your thoughts on law firms that specialize in defending DUI offenders.
The attorneys of this law firm have a combined 50 years of experience and they are FORMER DUI prosecutors! This law firm is a top 5% law firm. As former DUI prosecutors I can only assume that they know all of the ins and outs involved with DUI cases. That would definitely be a plus to someone charged with DUI.
I have a cousin in California who just moved there from New York and is a lawyer and is looking for a job, I wonder if she would have any issues working here. I have to call her and find out her thoughts on this (since she does not read my blog!).
Everyone is entitled to good, competent, legal assistance but ...What are your thoughts on this?



6 People Saying Something!

clnmike 23 December, 2008 18:49

I know these guys make a killing around new year.

Elizabeth Bonds 23 December, 2008 23:20

There are lawyers that defent all sorts of things I can't wrap my brain around. Like, the lawyers who defent rapists and murderers. I think it's part of our rights as an American to have defense for any crime we commit, so someone has to do it. I personally couldn't defend anyone guilty of a crime, but like I said, it is their right as an American to have defense.

blackwomenblowthetrumpet.blogspot.com 24 December, 2008 01:28

Hello there,

This is America and every person is allowed to have legal representation regardless of the offense.

Peace, blessings and DUNAMIS!
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Sandra Carvalho 24 December, 2008 05:46

Dear Regina,
I'm just passing by to wish you and to your lovely family, a Very Merry Christmas!Hope Santa brings you all you've asked for! ;)
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Believer 1964 24 December, 2008 11:14

Torn! I don't like it, but everyone deserves that right.

Keith 24 December, 2008 21:03

Everyone deserves adequate legal defense and if anyone can give it to them, former DUI Prosecutors turned defense lawyers can..but I too am torn...Drunk drivers cause a lot of destruction and death..Some of them need to be behind bars or getting treatment, not free to go back on the highway.
Just my take on it.

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