I have a friend who has a lawyer and her practice is a criminal defense attorney.
She’s also an ex-convicted felon.
She told me she is not a criminal because she doesn’t work for the government anymore, she works for the clients and she doesn, well, work for her clients.
But, I asked her, is that really the same thing?
Is it just a different type of job?
She said yes.
And I think she’s right.
So, what I mean by that is there are a lot of criminal defense lawyers out there, but they’re not all criminals.
And if you’re going to hire a criminal lawyer, it should be the best one.
But the problem is that it’s not the best criminal defense lawyer out there.
So you don’t hire a guy with no criminal history who has the credentials and is a certified criminal defense specialist.
You hire a lawyer who is, let’s say, a convicted felon.
Now, I’m not saying you should hire a felon because that’s just not the case.
I’m just saying, what you’re really going to do is, hire the best lawyer possible.
And that’s the most important thing.
And what I have found is that most people who hire a former criminal defense professional are going to say that they’re doing it because they’re an ex, they’ve been convicted, and they have criminal history.
And it’s true that you can have a criminal record, but it’s probably the best attorney you’re looking at.
It’s not going to be a felony conviction that caused you to have a felony arrest record, it’s a felony offense that you’re facing that’s causing you to be on the road, in jail, or in prison.
You’re not going, “Oh, I’ve been charged with this offense, and now I have to go to prison.”
It’s going to make your life a little bit easier, and if you can find a criminal attorney who has criminal history, you will not be a criminal.
Now the other thing I like to do with criminal defense attorneys is I like them to have criminal background, and I’m willing to pay for it.
I have no problem paying for criminal defense.
I don’t mind paying for a criminal history background, I just don’t want a criminal who’s not an ex in my practice.
So if you hire a veteran criminal defense criminal attorney, I would say, “Hey, I have this background, but I’ve never been arrested and I have never been convicted of a crime.
And my criminal record has nothing to do or can’t possibly have anything to do” with your case.
If you hire someone who’s been convicted and has a criminal background and he’s a criminal in my eyes, he’s not qualified to be an attorney.
You can’t even take that case to trial.
I would expect you to hire someone with a criminal past who’s actually got a criminal conviction.
And there are many people out there who are good attorneys, but their criminal history has nothing whatsoever to do whatsoever with their ability to help me with a case.
You know what?
I would not hire a person who’s a convicted criminal.
So let me give you an example.
The other thing that I would really like to know is what’s going on with this guy, the guy who’s being charged with rape.
I had to find out about this case because this guy is the only criminal in the entire city who was charged with a rape.
And this guy was charged because a woman was raped.
And the woman is a victim of this man, a friend of this guy who is a former felon.
And you have a rapist who is the person who has raped a woman and a rapist that is charged with raping a woman.
And then the rape case is dismissed.
The rape case was dismissed because the victim of the crime was not the one who was raped, and the prosecutor doesn’t think it’s relevant to the case at all.
So I have an issue with that.
So when you hire this guy as an attorney, you’re not only taking a chance with him, you are taking a risk with his credibility.
And, I mean, you’ve got to be careful.
You’ve got the criminal record and you’ve had some type of criminal record.
You haven’t had to be convicted.
You don’t have to be charged with any crime.
You might be charged, but the charges have not been proven.
So there’s a risk that you might be able to take that guy to trial and maybe even get him convicted, but you’re risking a lot with him.
And because of that, the criminal defense defense attorney, if you have that criminal history and you are charged with the rape of a woman, you have to take a lot more risk.
And so, the question is, what do I do if I have criminal records and I think my criminal defense has been proven? And,