When you hire an attorney, you are making a very important decision – one that could impact your life for a long time. You may already understand this, but if you’re like most people, you may not know the first thing about selecting an attorney.
My name is Jordan Redavid, and I want to tell you what I think should be one of the key factors in your decision. It’s something you may not have ever thought of. And here it is:
Most court cases do not go to trial. That is true both for criminal cases and for civil cases like personal injury. And it’s true for all attorneys. We hear a lot about court cases on TV and in the news because they’re exciting. But criminal cases are usually resolved by plea agreement, and civil cases are usually resolved by settlement.
So what happens when the other side’s offer isn’t good enough? Maybe they’re playing hardball. Maybe they think their case is better than it really is.
Or, maybe they’re just betting you won’t go to trial.
A trial carries the risk of an unknown outcome. There’s a winner and a loser. A plea agreement or settlement offers no surprises. It’s a compromise, and that’s why in many cases it’s the best course of action.
But it’s not always the best course of action. Sometimes the other side’s best offer just isn’t good enough. And sometimes, you know the truth is on your side and you are ready to plead your case to a jury of your peers. That’s when you need an attorney who is ready to take your case all the way to a jury verdict.
I have never advised a client to accept a plea agreement or settlement offer unless I was sure it was the right way to go. I have never backed down from a trial, and that is because I am always ready to outwork, outthink, and outprepare the competition.EMAIL JORDAN
And when I do go to trial, I have a reputation for winning.
Some attorneys go months or years without setting foot before a jury. They get a bit too cozy in their offices, doing nothing but filing briefs. And when an offer comes in from the other side, they advise their client to accept it. Another case off their desk – another “success.” For some, it may have been so long since they had a trial that they are frankly scared of it.
The direct benefit of an attorney who wins at trial is obvious. Just ask my large family of satisfied clients who have been acquitted of criminal charges or won judgments in personal injury trials. But there is also an indirect benefit that comes into play during negotiations. Imagine hiring an attorney who is widely known not to have taken a case to trial in years. Do you think the opposing counsel’s “best offer” in that scenario is going to be the same “best offer” they give if you hire an attorney who takes cases to trial, and wins, on a regular basis? No way.
The direct benefit of an attorney who wins at trial is obvious. Just ask my large family of satisfied clients who have been acquitted of criminal charges or won judgments in personal injury trials.EMAIL JORDAN
Results matter. This is a guiding principle at Redavid Law PLLC. Our responsiveness, service, compassion, and hard work amount to nothing if we do not deliver favorable results in negotiations and in trials.
If you are facing a criminal charge or have been injured due to the negligence of another, please do not wait any longer. Call me, Jordan Redavid, and let me be the one to fight for your freedom and your rights.
At Redavid Law, quality of service is matched only by results.
After failing to perform to standards on five field sobriety exercises, the driver in this case was arrested for DUI. He refused to provide a breath sample.
on all counts
Over a dozen people were captured on video stealing materials from a construction site. Of all defendants, only Jordan's client received a dismissal.
Possession of Cannabis
An officer observed the defendant rolling a marijuana cigarette in his car while parked. The officer had the driver step out of the vehicle and arrested him.
on the day of the trial