Sometimes Smaller is Better

When you’re facing a criminal charge, the last place you need to be is lost in the shuffle at a large law firm. Sometimes folks are misled that more names on the sign mean more resources, but what’s often missing is the personal touch that really matters in a criminal case.

If you can’t pick up the phone and talk to your attorney, or at least leave him or her a personal voicemail or email, the process of getting you through your legal challenge and on with your life is just getting prolonged.

Sometimes at law firms, smaller is better. Here are a few ways a small, partner or single-attorney firm can give you a leg up on winning your case:

1.      There’s no bureaucracy. That means there’s no multi-step process to take a phone call. No red tape when processing files and researching your case. You can rest assured that it’s really the attorneys doing the work. The more intimately lawyers are involved, the more angles they can uncover in a case to effectively try it.

2.      They’re laser-focused. Wolf Law’s lead attorney Jeffrey Wolf, for example, is a skilled trial attorney who built his entire career around defending the accused. Having worked with Denver’s District Court Judge and some of the best criminal defense attorneys in the country, Jeffrey knows criminal defense trial law. It’s all he does. With that level of focus, our clients know we know our stuff.

3.      They get to know you. Not just the facts of your case. Part of successful criminal defense is really understanding clients and their motivations, needs and wants. Wolf’s dedicated, intentionally small practice affords the time get to know you—the way you deserve to be recognized and listened to.

Remember, as a small firm, each case is critical to Wolf Law—and its reputation is on the line. Jeffrey Wolf carries a heavy burden if he doesn’t effectively represent you to the best of his ability. If you have any further questions about how things work at Wolf Law, please don’t hesitate to call (720) 231.9678.