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The ultimate justice of the people? Is there any better or equal hope in the world? - Abraham Lincoln
Have you been bailed or cited out or released from custody?
Do you have a criminal case pending against you?
Have you been taken into custody?
Are you the subject of a criminal investigation?
If so, your freedom and reputation are at risk. You are now charged with making decisions that could forever change your life.
In The Art of the Perfect Defense, Ronald D. Hedding, Esq. provides essential information you need to navigate through Los Angeles's criminal justice system, which is one of the most complicated and largest in the United States. In this book, you'll learn:

Common mistakes that could have tragic consequences and how to avoid them
Steps you need to take right away to protect yourself
What to do if someone you care about is the focus of a criminal investigation
Why a criminal defense lawyer's local expertise is critical to a favorable outcome
Straightforward explanations of key legal terms and concepts you must know

The Art of the Perfect Defense unlocks the mystery behind the Los Angeles criminal justice system. When you're facing a scary and uncertain future, this book will be your essential guide to experiencing the best possible result.
©2015 Ron Hedding (P)2016 Ron Hedding
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3 out of 5 stars
By Philo on 05-14-16

Some useful info, a whiff of marketing?

I would classify listening to this as some kind of start on some of the criteria to consider when engaging a lawyer for criminal defense in this area. It is far better than having no info at all. I suspect the criteria and their weightings favor this author, so I would take it with a grain of salt. It's not openly "infomercial" in tone, but that doesn't mean the author's motives are to be assumed to be utterly selfless here. But in this primitive state of retail markets for lawyers, any useful info is a lot better than none.

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