Am I a “Real Lawyer” and What Does That Even Mean?

In my practice of criminal law, I often have clients ask me if I am a “real lawyer” or other similar questions that are aimed at determining whether or not I am a private lawyer or a public defender. These conversations usually happen in the Read More …

Motion to Suppress Recorded Statements in a First Degree Murder Trial-Granted

Working alongside colleague Edward A. Ritchitelli, we recently won a significant motion to suppress evidence that the State felt was key in proceeding against our client, who has been charged with Murder in the First Degree, and other associated charges. On Tuesday, January 20, 2015, Read More …