First off, welcome to my page. If you've made it this far you're headed in the right direction. To begin with, let me tell you a bit about myself. I am a 26 year-old law graduate. Don't let the legal education fool you though, I tend to dabble in a little bit of everything. Before I decided to study law I was a collegiate football player at Texas Tech University and was part of the most successful team in the school's history. I gained both my undergraduate and law degree while at Texas Tech and have continued to engage in self-education as well as educating others. I would love to get to know a bit about you and answer any of your questions about my experiences both academically or athletically. I intend to make each tutoring session fun and will sculpt them to fit your needs and learning style. Hope to hear from you soon!
I work in criminal law and handle misdemeanor level cases. I use my advocacy skills to select juries and try cases as well as negotiate plea deals with defense counsel.
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