Winning Cases, Success Stories and Sample Opinions
A number of years ago, I put up a few actual case rulings for D.A.A.D. Hearings that I had attended and won around that time. As of this writing, in July of 2012, and since about September of 2009, I have filed and won more that 200 License Appeals. Since then, I've put more effort into actually winning Licenses back and explaining and writing about the License Restoration process on my Blog rather than just summarizing my successes. More important than a mere laundry list of the cases I have won is my GUARANTEE that I will win any case I accept. For all the accolades anyone can heap upon themselves, I put my money where my mouth is. This means anyone who becomes my Client can count on getting their License back. This eliminates the guesswork and the element of chance typically involved in picking a Lawyer. If you're Sober, and I take your case, I am going to win your License Appeal, Guaranteed. It's that simple.
With my new site under construction, I am still considering how, or even whether to update this section. As noted, my Win Guarantee is worth far more than a laundry list of the cases I have won, and, having won as many as I have in just the last few years, even putting up 3 or 4 lines about each is a monumental task. Frankly, I'd rather write about something instructive and post it on my blog, instead. I doubt that anyone cares about whether their case will end up being mentioned on some site nearly as much as they care about actually winning it, and getting their License back.
Testimonials have become very important on more modern websites, and at the instruction of my web company, I am, as of this writing, (August 2012) going back through many "thank you" emails (thank goodness for Gmail) and pulling out some the more effusive notes of gratitude I've received over the last few years for just this purpose. Check back to see how this all turns out when my new site (same URL) goes live around September 2012.
The several opinions below have not been updated in a few years, and, when they were put up, were posted in PDF format. Rather than take them down, I've left them here for now: