We believe in client-centered representation. That means that we will represent the client’s best interest, as they define it, at all times.
Being client-centered means that we put the client’s needs first. As advocates for the indigent and attorneys, our first duty is to stand with our client. As such, we will always prioritize their needs above all else, as long as we can legally and ethically do so. We respect our clients’ autonomy and their right to make decisions about their lives. We will always give our best effort to ensure that every person we represent gets the fair trial that due process requires.
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