Sometimes my clients approach me with the most interesting stories. As always, the stories are unique to their specific circumstances, but every once in a while a case comes along that sparks my investigative interests. In fact, since I was young I've had a love for tales that involve interesting investigation of crime — whether on TV or in a book. This interest lasted from my time as an undergrad at the University of Maryland through to my graduation from Delaware Law School. Naturally, my legal interests started to revolve around criminal law.
Working at the Attorney General's office as a young lawyer was eye-opening. It piqued my interests as a lawyer; I got to experience on both sides of criminal law, learned that an understanding of the prosecution is vital, and committed myself to learn the art of criminal defense.
The next step was natural: I would open my own law firm and take the cases that I believed. I would fight fiercely for the clients that gave me their trust — because, in a lot of cases, their future was on the line. Personally, I wanted to be that difference for the people I got to work for.
Professionally, I wanted to be sure I made the right business decisions. And honestly, it was easy to feel a sense of purpose in this line of work. This is where I belong.
My prime goal is to help my clients achieve what they hope to one day have — while seeking justice all the time.