What information do we collect?
We may retain records of your communication with us if you use the online form to contact us. We retain these records for the purpose of establishing a case file. Your information, whether public or private, will not be sold, exchanged, transferred, or given to any other company or attorney for any reason whatsoever without your consent. We will hold any information provided to us in confidence except as we are required to disclose by law. However, note that the contact form is not secure, and you may not be protected by the legal attorney-client privilege. So please keep your message brief and do not send any sensitive information over the internet.
How do we protect your information?
Once we have your information, your information is protected on our computers under a secure encrypted system and in our physical office under lock and key in addition to 24-hour security. However, we cannot guarantee with 100% certainty that your use of our contact form is secure. For this reason, please do send anything sensitive over the contact form. Ideally, please just your name and general information about the case such as the charge you’re facing, county and the date of arrest.
This website may collect cookies (small files from your web browser) to make your website browsing experience smoother.
Third party links
We do link to sites that the firm does not control. These third party sites have separate and independent privacy policies. Although we believe these websites to contain useful information at the time that we link to them, we do not vouch for the accuracy of these websites at any given time. Therefore, we disclaim all responsibility and liability for the content and activities of these linked sites. Nonetheless, we will attempt to protect the integrity and veracity of our site and welcome any feedback you may have regarding our linked content.