When charged with a crime in Michigan, you're left standing in the middle of a dance floor with the police, judge, prosecutor, probation and your friends and family staring at you with their arms crossed. They might be in shock at the crime you committed, and you're being judged on the drunk driving incident, and only that incident. To be judged on the four corners of the police report leaves you with no place to go.
What dance move could you pull off to get the heat off your back, and to change the perception of yourself post-incident? That's a huge challenge, and very difficult. But what if there was another way?
What if we simply changed the song? That's exactly what I do for my clients who are charged with drunk driving in Michigan. We adopt a proactive approach and lead with empathy, and a growth mindset.
Jonathan Paul, Esq
Best practices developed from my time studying at some of the top business schools in the country.