Lawyers are usually looking for ways to eliminate the risks associated with litigation. The best way to do this is by reducing or eliminating lawsuits altogether. This can be done through negotiation, mediation, and most importantly having experienced lawyers on your side when you enter into disputes.
What books would I recommend for a virginia criminal defense attorney?
There are two basic types of clients that visit law offices: those who want an aggressive defense (usually charged with crimes like murder) and those who want reasonable solutions (filing bankruptcy). At the firm we work at there has been a general trend over time of more people wanting an “aggressive” defense because they know that they will pay less in legal fees if they go ahead and fight till the end (and even if their case doesn’t win). For some people this strategy works well- especially since it doesn’t cost them money unless they have lost their case despite being defended aggressively. But others become frustrated by the process because it takes so long before any trial happens- which means many months spent working on investigation instead of doing real work for other clients during that time. So my advice would be first figure out what type of client you’re dealing with then find strategies that fit within his/her budget, preferences, needs etc..