I want to share an antidote from this past, crazy week to assure everyone, especially present and future clients, that you need not fear losing my hired services if I accept your case . . .
On Wed. March 8, news started breaking about my being in the Midland jail (my probation was being handled by Midland Authorities). That afternoon, a client came in very worried about what would happen that Friday afternoon in court when his lawyer was in jail. Imagine his surprise when I walked out of my office to go over some paperwork with my secretary. The man faced serious charges, and he had good cause to be concerned. He faced a four count-felony Violation of Probation, and each count of the VOP was being prepared as a new felony charge against him. Previously having served time in prison, he was certain he was going back—and I feared it was likely, so I assured him I’d do everything to prevent it from happening. His matter was based on weak facts, and the man had turned himself around. Justice required my action.
When we left court that Friday my client walked FREE. The prosecutor and judge became convinced all of the alleged VOP’s should be dismissed and the felony warrants being prepared should be stopped in the process!
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CONTINUING THE FIGHT FOR JUSTICE
Up Coming Event:
HEARING RE: CZUPRYNSKI’S PROBATION VIOLATIONS
TUESDAY MAR. 14 AT 11AM
Bay County Courthouse