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Should You Document What Happened to You?

Interviewer: Probably one of the best things to do is to have the client document everything that happened to them. This includes before the arrest, during the stop, during the arrest and after the arrest so you can do your job better.

Dale: Documentation is absolutely helpful. Unfortunately, I have yet to meet the client that properly documents. My initial interview with a client is when I am trying to piece the events together. I always instruct clients to inform me of any details they remember at a later time. Regardless of the client’s eventual plea, having all the details assists me in presenting the best possible defense.

Client Reviews
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I cannot thank Dale enough for the support and expertise he provided to me for my case. I was looking for a lawyer with a lot of experience and also knew how to use it to his advantage.
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I have always used an attorney for legal matters but this was my 3rd DUI in 6 years and I was in dire need of the best legal representation. I needed someone willing to fight for the best possible outcome for me and my family. Shannon
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Dale Naticchia handled my case from beginning to finish. He is highly skilled in the area of DUI’s. He has had so many cases that he is highly knowledgeable about how to deal with the situation as a whole. R Beyer
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The services I got from Lawyersdui Law Firm were very impressive. I got a lot of support from Natucchia and I was surprised and very happy! The support that you gave me was truly sincere and your way of dealing was very professional and honest. Kenneth C
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Anytime I’ve called about my case, Mr. Naticchia answered the phone. Lawyersdui law has been there when I’ve needed them most. John