If I retain a lawyer, won't the DA think I'm guilty? Since I'm innocent, why do I need a lawyer?
I Carry a Toothbrush for Me if I Have to Stand Between My Client and Injustice.
Lenny Frieling said, "I carry a toothbrush for ME if I have to stand between my client and injustice."
Recently criminal defense attorneys have faced an escalation of opposition. Whether being jailed for contempt for zealous advocacy, prosecutors trying to disqualify counsel by accusing them of money laundering because their fees were paid by a dispensary or prosecutors taking the extreme step of charging a defense attorney with a felony over a discovery dispute, defense attorneys face a troubling new environment.
Lenny said he would NEVER go to court without his toothbrush if that was what it took to represent his clients.
Article By Leonard I. Frieling
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“How to choose a lawyer” is the first question asked by a criminal defendant. Whether someone is already charged or just being investigated, the choice of lawyer may be the single most important decision a defendant must make.