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Yelp Review

YELP REVIEWS FOR THE HEDDING LAW FIRM

Yelp has a number of reviews related to the Hedding Law Firm that show we are a force to be reckoned with in the Los Angeles criminal defense arena.  In addition to the reviews that are on Yelp you should also check Avvo.com and some of the other sites that rate attorney, like Google plus.

Another thing that I have done is added real results to many of the pages on this site that relate to specific crimes that I have represented clients on and had success.  If you are charged with a specific crime and looking for an attorney who has had success with the defense of that particular crime, give me a call and we can either discuss it over the phone or in person and I can give you an idea of the types of case I have represented in that area of the law and some examples of success stories that I have had for my clients.

I have noticed that when I give clients examples of cases I have represented and the corresponding results it helps give them a feel for what they are facing in their cases and we can also talk about defenses that apply to them and what they can do to assist in their own representation.  Once armed with knowledge related to your specific case, this can assist in giving you peace of mind and a target for what to expect and a game plan for how you can achieve the best possible result for you specific case.

There is nothing more frustrating than an attorney or a sales person giving you general information in order to try and make you feel better about your situation and realizing that it is completely meaningless because they are just reading you or telling you a canned script that has nothing to do with you and your case.  This type of information is not only useless to you, it does you a disservice because you thing you have acquired some information to hold onto, but instead have been mislead and given false information about absolutely nothing.

It is frustrating to me when a potential client calls in and is asking me questions based on some stupid meaningless information they have been give and I have to first dispel them of the information and then we can discuss their case and begin to get to the bottom of what is going on and what I can do to help them.  The key when it comes to figuring out how you are going to deal with your criminal case is to talk to an attorney who has local experience in the court system you find yourself in and who is giving you straight information related to your specific scenario.  Talking about some abstract scenario that has nothing to do with you is worthless.  Giving you some specific examples of cases that are similar to your’s makes sense and can be quite helpful in trying to figure things out and help you get a handle on your criminal case.