Getting as much insight as possible into your opponent’s case is the keystone to an effective defense. The more information you and your client have, the better informed you and your client are so that both of you can make an informed decision. An uninformed decision, based on inaccurate or no information, can harm your client.
- President's Message: Numero Tres - By John A. Convery
- Executive Director's Perspective: Dog Days of Summer - By Joseph A. Martinez
- Editor's Comment: Back 2 School - By Sarah Roland
- Off the Back: How to Cultivate Your Personal Brand - By Stephen Gustitis
- Federal Corner: The Most Unbelievable Sentence Ever Imposed in a Child Pornography Case - By F. R. Buck Files Jr.
- Look Here: 4th Amendment Musings - By Sarah Roland
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