The Philosophy of Criminal Defense at Garlin Driscoll, LLC
Garlin Driscoll, LLC, represents individuals who are accused of a broad range of criminal offenses, ranging from serious felonies, to driving under the influence (DUI), to white collar crimes. Our primary focus is on providing personal attention to your individual needs and rights. We encourage your informed participation in solving problems and seeking resolutions throughout the course of your case. We seek to provide you with the highest quality legal services available, and to do so ethically and zealously.
We understand that no two individuals and no two cases are the same. We represent individuals who need our help, and reject the “volume practice” approach. Beyond seeking to determine, understand, and analyze every pertinent detail about your case, we want to know who you are, and what combination of life experiences has brought you to Garlin Driscoll, LLC. Our whole person approach to criminal defense provides a better picture of how the accusations arose, and how we can provide the very best assistance and guidance as your criminal defense attorneys. We believe that obtaining the very best possible result often calls for your dedicated participation in the criminal defense process. In addition to being trial lawyers, we are also counselors at law, and often provide you with guidance, advice, and referrals to other professionals in recognition of your current needs and in anticipation of what will ultimately be needed for the most successful resolution of your case. We want to assist you in clearly understanding and confronting your individual circumstances, and want to be direct, honest, and supportive. Our analysis of your case is formulated along with your thoughts, feelings and insight. It is very important that we communicate well with you, answer your questions, provide reassurance when appropriate, and overall guide you through all aspects of your case.
Whether you contact Garlin Driscoll, LLC, or other qualified attorneys, we recommend that you do so without delay so that you can better understand your circumstances, and thereby promote informed decision making that could significantly improve the ultimate outcome of your case.
As part of our philosophy of interaction and information exchange, we welcome your inquiry by telephone, e-mail, or with a personal office conference. These initial consultation services are provided free of charge, and allow for an in-depth discussion and analysis that most often results in a better understanding of the criminal justice system and the best way to navigate within it. We do not ask that you make a decision about hiring a lawyer during or at the conclusion of our meeting, and ordinarily urge you to take the time necessary to make this very important decision.