Arguing With A Loved One Can Get You Arrested
Some problems can’t be solved without a little help. When those problems are legal, that help should come in the form of a seasoned, compassionate attorney. That’s why, since I began practicing law in 2005, I have made it my mission to provide the lasting, effective solutions clients need.
I’m not afraid to say it — I’m good at what I do. I work diligently for my clients because I believe that people who are facing serious legal matters deserve an attorney who’s equally serious about helping them reach a fair resolution. If that’s the kind of representation you want on your side, give me a call.
In my mind, there’s no better way to respect my clients than to be clear, open, and even brutally honest with them. In return, I ask that they provide the same level of transparent communication.
When you’re engrossed in an unfamiliar legal situation, it can feel like the world is working against you. But that’s why I’m here — to be on your side even through the most trying moments of your case.
Drew... is a lion in the courtroom. He makes everything in the process smooth, and is such a pleasure to work with.
Drew represented me in a DWI Case and it was dismissed!! I would recommend Drew Prisner to anyone that is looking for great representation and getting their life back!
He did a great job setting expectations, walking me through the process and executing on everything we discussed… Following his expert advice, my case was DISMISSED!
In the world of criminal defense, losing a case can mean days, weeks, months, or even years of freedom being taken away from clients. As for personal injury, losing can result in a client missing out on work or not getting the compensation they need and deserve to cover medical bills and other expenses.
These consequences are very real and very impactful — and I’ve seen what poor or even mediocre representation can do to a client’s case. That’s why I always push for more. I push myself to be great, and I push for the outcomes my clients deserve.
To be frank, this job isn’t for everyone. It takes focus, dedication, drive, and smart planning. These are my strengths, and they’re the reason I’ve successfully resolved so many disputes in my career.
Just as important, though, is establishing a foundation of trust. The way I do this is very simple — by acting like myself. When you seek my help, you won’t get a show or be bombarded with a lot of lawyer lingo. You’ll just get me — talking to you like a person and giving you my professional opinion in a genuine, straightforward way. It’s this authenticity, I think, that keeps clients coming back when they run into legal issues.
State v. T.J.
Client sentenced to probation for a Driving While Intoxicated (“DWI”) charge. On two (2) different occasions, client was arrested for violating a term or condition of his probation.
Each time, my firm got the Motion to Revoke Probation dismissed, and client was reinstated on his probation without being sentenced to jail.
State v. H.K.
Client charged with a Terroristic Threat of a Peace Officer. Client’s home had been surrounded by law enforcement, and a standoff ensued.
My firm was able to get client’s case dismissed prior to jury trial.
State v. M.J.
Client charged with Terroristic Threat of a Family Member. Allegedly, client had pulled a gun on a family member and threatened to kill that person.
I was able to get the case dismissed before jury trial.
State v. S.S.
Client charged with felony Aggravated Promotion of Prostitution. State alleged that she and her boyfriend were acting as “pimps” for a group of young women.
My firm was able to get the case dismissed before jury trial.
State v. A.S.
Client – a Mexican citizen – was charged with felony Injury to an Elderly Person and felony Forgery of a Government Instrument.
I was able to get both charges dismissed before jury trial, thereby keeping our client’s criminal record clean AND avoiding the very real possibility that she would have been deported.
People who are put in difficult legal situations need someone on their side who’s smart, experienced, and aggressive in all the right ways. Only then can their case move forward. Never in my life have I been afraid of a challenge, and I’ve found that to be one of the greatest advantages I can give to a client in a legal battle.
When I started law school, I quickly gravitated toward criminal defense. A few years later, I found my way into personal injury, too. Looking back, I know that my pull toward these areas is a reflection of my deep-seeded need to protect the rights of those who need it.
If you’ve ever seen the movie Office Space, you have a clear insight into my life before I became an attorney. I went to law school to escape that unfitting corporate lifestyle and take control of my own destiny. Now, I try to take every opportunity to change others' lives for the better, too.