“If you Do What You Love You Won’t Have Work A Day In Your Life!!” An Old Chinese Proverb Comes True…..

 

Frankly, these last three weeks of wins are a continuation of the success in court I have achieved over the last three and a half decades. However, winning these three complicated murder cases in such short order have given me pause to reflect upon my life’s work in the criminal court system throughout the country. I know I do a good job in the courtroom and that over the years I have honed my skills as a trial lawyer. But frankly, I am not so blind to the work as to ignore the loyalty of my staff that makes these wins possible.  It takes team work. I am grateful for my staff and for the support they give me twenty four seven.  In so many ways I get the glory which is the result of the effort of an entire Team.

 

I am also aware that I have been lucky in life.  I love what I do and every day I get to practice the profession I chose when I was a young man.  Although I knew in my twenties that Law was what I wanted to do, I did not know then that I would enjoy it as much as I do.  Frankly, I love the law, I love what it represents and I love the magic of the courtroom. I also love the result, it means that a human being gets a second chance in life and that is a good thing.

 

When I stand in front of a jury, I am confident that I will present to them my best effort on behalf of the client I represent.  I do it with passion and I do it with conviction.  To be able to defend a fellow human being in a court of law means that you must do it knowing that you are the thin line between freedom and a cellblock.  You must do it with conviction and with passion, otherwise, the trust that has been placed in your hands by their loved ones will be for not.

 

Look, it is not all guts and bravado, you have to know what you are doing, you have to understand and be able to present the client in a clear and careful manner. It requires understanding of the law and of the circumstances surrounding the case.

 

I often say that a vigorous defense cannot be limited by fear of the district attorney or of the police, on the contrary, a strong defense attorney must be able to proceed with complete confidence and a strong believe in their client’s right to have their day in court.  I bring these important elements to all cases I handle.

 

For over 38 years now I have had the opportunity to deliver men and women to their families and I am grateful for the opportunity they have given me as well as for their trust.

 

The defense of the accused requires, experience and determination.  Over the years I have accumulated a comprehensive understanding of the law and of what it takes to provide a client with a strong defense of their case, I do it well and I love doing it.

 

I am Attorney Martin E. Regan Jr. and these are my personal thoughts.

 

 

 

Frankly, these last three weeks of wins are a continuation of the success in court I have achieved over the last three and a half decades. However, winning these three complicated murder cases in such short order have given me pause to reflect upon my life’s work in the criminal court system throughout the country. I know I do a good job in the courtroom and that over the years I have honed my skills as a trial lawyer. But frankly, I am not so blind to the work as to ignore the loyalty of my staff that makes these wins possible.  It takes team work. I am grateful for my staff and for the support they give me twenty four seven.  In so many ways I get the glory which is the result of the effort of an entire Team.

 

I am also aware that I have been lucky in life.  I love what I do and every day I get to practice the profession I chose when I was a young man.  Although I knew in my twenties that Law was what I wanted to do, I did not know then that I would enjoy it as much as I do.  Frankly, I love the law, I love what it represents and I love the magic of the courtroom. I also love the result, it means that a human being gets a second chance in life and that is a good thing.

 

When I stand in front of a jury, I am confident that I will present to them my best effort on behalf of the client I represent.  I do it with passion and I do it with conviction.  To be able to defend a fellow human being in a court of law means that you must do it knowing that you are the thin line between freedom and a cellblock.  You must do it with conviction and with passion, otherwise, the trust that has been placed in your hands by their loved ones will be for not.

 

Look, it is not all guts and bravado, you have to know what you are doing, you have to understand and be able to present the client in a clear and careful manner. It requires understanding of the law and of the circumstances surrounding the case.

 

I often say that a vigorous defense cannot be limited by fear of the district attorney or of the police, on the contrary, a strong defense attorney must be able to proceed with complete confidence and a strong believe in their client’s right to have their day in court.  I bring these important elements to all cases I handle.

 

For over 36 years now I have had the opportunity to deliver men and women to their families and I am grateful for the opportunity they have given me as well as for their trust.

 

The defense of the accused requires, experience and determination.  Over the years I have accumulated a comprehensive understanding of the law and of what it takes to provide a client with a strong defense of their case, I do it well and I love doing it.

 

I am Attorney Martin E. Regan Jr. and these are my personal thoughts.