Garret is a good attorney with a fine pedigree. His education is remarkable and he is wise with experience. That is what initially attracted me to him. However, upon meeting him and speaking to him I understood the depth of his insight. I recall that in the planing stages of my case, he and I would talk about what days were good for us to go to court. And bad for the prosecution. We picked times around the holidays. And even waited for the deputy DAs to rotate so that he would deal with a more favorable one. I mean talk about tactics.
In court he was charismatic. When he walked in. Everyone knew him and he knew everyone all whom were in the A list group. It was obvious that they admired and respected him. I remember watching and comparing him to other attorneys. Noticing that when he (unlike the others) walked in there was a culture that surrounded and followed him. It was a culture of favoritism. Towards him and I included as his client. Then when I compared myself to the other defendants I knew that if anyone had a chance. It was me! Or that I was better off then they were. After Garret beat my case. I referred two more clients to him. And he beat their cases as well.
Lastly, if I ever feel like I need anything. In any situation that one may say “I need a lawyer, or tell someone “talk to my attorney”, or “you will hear from my lawyer”. You can call him and he will answer. And defend you! I have done this and he has been there for me. Garret is just really good. So if you are looking to get the best LA has to offer. And we all know LA has the best of everything. Get Garret! It will be like being in a television such as Law&Order where you win. Thanks to Garret I still work in education and psychotherapy.