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Outcomes in criminal court eclipse praise from a judge or cop

Outcomes are what matter in Virginia court, says Fairfax criminal lawyer Outcomes are what matter in court for Virginia DUI and criminal defendants. As a Fairfax criminal lawyer, I would any day choose a barking judge who acquits my client over a smiling judge who...

Opening the judge’s ears and being to criminal defense arguments

Opening a judge’s and jury’s ears and beings to a lawyer’s evidence and arguments is essential for persuasion. As a Fairfax criminal lawyer, I know that merely throwing raw and disorganized facts and law to a judge and jury can fall on deaf ears. Judges...

Diffusing tense situations- Approach of Fairfax criminal defense lawyer

Diffusing tense situations can take substantial self control when feeling that the other person has committed a major trespass. As a Fairfax criminal defense lawyer, I know the persuasive and advocacy power of dissipating tension and never escalating it. Much happens in criminal court that...

Persisting with courtroom challenges — Fairfax DUI lawyer weighs in

Persisting with a challenging judge and other courtroom challenges is essential for a criminal defense lawyer, As a Fairfax DUI lawyer, I know that the only alternative to working with a challenging courtroom situation is to throw in the towel, which is neither an option...

Appearing alone in court – Fairfax criminal lawyer weighs in

Appearing in criminal court alone can be dicey depending on the circumstances. As a Fairfax criminal lawyer, I know that defendants often want to give themselves time to find and pay for a lawyer, but they also need to know the risks of entering the...

Facing court alone – Fairfax criminal lawyer on its risks

Facing court without a lawyer can be risky even for the most seemingly simple appearances. As a Fairfax criminal lawyer, I know that unrepresented criminal defendants are fishes out of water facing a highly experienced judge and a prosecutor whose abilities run from knowing the...

Protecting the preliminary hearing right – Fairfax criminal attorney

Protecting the preliminary hearing (PH) right is critical, as underlined in my last blog entry. As a Fairfax criminal lawyer, I know that prosecutors sometimes will try to avoid a PH by direct indicting, by seeking a nolle prosequi/ non-prejudicial case dismissal (which cannot be...

Enemies & obstacles are illusions says Fairfax criminal lawyer

Enemies are obstacles that are found in abundance if a criminal defense lawyer wants to find them. However, as a Fairfax criminal attorney, I know that acquittals and other court victories are obtained by not getting bogged down by seeming enemies nor by apparently insurmountable...

Battling for one client at a time – Fairfax criminal lawyer

Battling for criminal defense clients can be seen either as a great opportunity to help people and protect civil liberties, or else as a constant struggle against an overly unjust criminal justice system. As a Fairfax criminal lawyer, I choose the first approach, in that...