Keeping my pledge to defend for free any MS resident, Law Firm U.S. citizen charged with a felony as a result of using a firearm in legitimate self defense.
If your injury is serious (and this includes wrongful death cases), the most important thing you can first do is hire a qualified and experienced personal injury lawyer.
With rare exception, after 40 years of law practice, I have never seen a lawyer publicly disclose what he or she charges for various legal services. Until now … and I’m bringing the house.
In my years of defending those charged with crimes, I have, on occasion, been called upon to defend persons charged with felonies arising out of the use of a firearm in self defense. I am defending a person charged with murder in such a case now.
Consistent with a promise made a year ago (to defend, for free, any MS resident charged with a felony using a firearm in self-defense) I’ve taken on a case in Yazoo City.
Friend, Would you like to pay taxes to use services like Facebook, Google, iTunes, or Netflix? How about paying even more taxes to help finance ObamaCare and other big-government boondoggles? This could happen very soon, and it gets worse … much worse. Our President and his tax-pinching pundits in DC are gearing up to force through […]
Workers’ compensation law has changed significantly over the 40 years of my practice. And it is good for, the worker, to understand the changes, most of which have worked against you. This is due to the influence of the insurance companies and big business, to the disadvantage of the worker. Of course, with the economy […]
Pentagon directive on military support to civilian authorities details a policy envisioning the Obama administration’s use of military force against Americans.
In the “Land of the Free” – you grow up hearing a lot about freedom. You’re told you live in the best country on the planet. That other nations ‘hate’ you and your freedom. And you have the most open and fair justice system in the world. The justice system is allegedly founded on principles […]
Readers of the previous article appearing here concerning Swindol v. Aurora Flight Sciences Corporation are familiar with the basic facts but a brief reminder: the plaintiff, Swindol, an honorably discharged Marine with extensive training and experience in aerospace materials and advanced construction was fired by Aurora for having a weapon in his locked vehicle which […]