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Posts made in May, 2013

By on May 22, 2013 in Communication, Office, Promotion | 2 comments

Welcome to the newly redesigned BetterNoahLawyer.com. And alongside the new website is a new address! After many years at the Fremont location, the office has relocated to the University District. The new location has a bigger office, free parking, and is conveniently located near I-5. It’s good for the office and good for our clients. Check out our updated website, including the new Contact page, for more details. We’re looking forward to the next chapter!   (and big thanks to Sam Lewis of Webcontempo for the graphic design! He’s...

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By on May 4, 2013 in Communication, Criminal, Police | 0 comments

Actress Reese Witherspoon recently spoke with Good Morning America about lessons she learned from her latest interaction with the police. To briefly recap, her husband was pulled over for suspicion of drunken driving and they didn’t call me. Instead Ms. Witherspoon got out of the car to confront the officer, including trying to pull off the “Do you know who I am?” card. It didn’t go well. Ms. Witherspoon went on the morning program to discuss her take-away from the experience. She has a lot of good things to say. She pointed out that playing a lawyer on TV didnt equate to being a lawyer in real life (see also: playing Trauma Center doesn’t qualify you to perform surgery). She correctly pointed out that if the man with the gun and arrest powers suggests you stay in the car, you probably should. And if I could unpack that it a bit, maybe it’s best to stay quiet when interacting with the police entirely. Also, although unfortunately unsaid, if you think the driver is too drunk to drive call them a cab. Don’t let Reese Witherspoon’s hard lessons go unacknowledged  If you’re dealing with the police, be polite, don’t answer questions, and call a criminal defense lawyer. It’s the best way to stay out of jail (and...

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