I would like to take this opportunity to personally thank you for taking my case, and representing me when I felt un-representable. I have such deep respect for you, standing up for the worst, presenting them as the best. You have personified the greatest lawyer that I know, Jesus Christ. I truly believed that the Lord used you for His glory to be revealed. You were given wisdom from above and it was very evident every step of the way. When I felt like panicking, your gentle nod, disarming smile, and calm demeanor gave me the confidence to realize that I was not alone, and that everything was going to be okay. You told me, “What the enemy meant for evil, God would turn it around for my good.” I know that I have been given mercy, grace and favor from the Lord through people. I believe to see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. Thank you again my brother and my friend, for what you have done for me.
This letter is to express our utmost appreciation and thanks for the excellent job you and your team did for us on our case. As you know, lasted over a year before it went to trial, and our lives were turned upside down. Me and my daughter lived with that weight over our heads the entire time, knowing we were innocent. If it wasn’t for you and the rest of your staff’s undying faith and support, we would have never been exonerated. You believed in us from the start. It is so disheartening that even in today’s world you can be accused of something you are innocent of, and suddenly have your freedom on the line. On the other hand, it is so heartwarming to know that there are people like you and your team, whose caring and professional attitudes have the ability to fight till the end for what’s right, and bring vindication to those who are wrongfully accused. We will be forever grateful to you and your staff, You all did a spectacular job and will always be hero’s in our book.
I would like to thank you for taking the time from your very busy day to meet with my students at the University of Dayton School of Law. Your insights were very invaluable and I am certain that the students learned a great deal about trial practice, and particularly about closing arguments, from your comments. Your enthusiasm for your craft is infectious. I thoroughly enjoy having the privilege to watch you in trial. I appreciate your commitment to the law school and the preparation of students for the practice of law. Thank you again for your assistance and your willingness to meet with these aspiring trial lawyers.
Words cannot begin to express what you mean to me and my family nor what you have done for us. I believe God places people in our lives for a reason and I thank Him each and every day for placing you in ours. First I want to thank you for standing by my side and believing in me during a great test in my life. Thank you for consoling and reassuring my family who were deeply pain. Thank you for fighting for my innocence as though I were your very own. Most of all, thank you for trusting in God and being obedient to Him. Because of this, He was able to work in and through you. You are truly a wonderful and great man, who has such a great purpose in life and many more blessings to come. From the bottom of my heart and the hearts of my mother, grandmother, sister and the entire family, we would like to say thank you for all of your compassion, love, and faith.
As I begin a new year and reflect on the past year, one thing I really want to do is express my sincere appreciation for the help and service rendered to me by you and your staff. I was very worried and concerned about my situation, and your counsel was reassuring and extremely helpful. For this I am grateful. I would also like for you to convey my appreciation and thanks to Sharon, who was very patient with me when I called. She was always very kind when I spoke to her, and I really needed that at the time.
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