Russell Poole Lead Detective Of Biggie’s Murder Has Died

Russell Poole Lead Detective Of Biggie's Murder Has Died

Russell Poole Lead Detective Of Biggie’s Murder Has Died Notorious B.I.G.’s 1997 murder remains unsolved. One of the Los Angeles Police Department sergeant detectives who worked the hardest to change that, Russell Poole, has died. According to The…

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  • I don’t do criminal law epxcet when I bump up against it in my other practice areas, like immigration or family law, but my cousin does criminal law as a public defender and he seems to love it. You gotta go with the practice area that suits your talents. Well, here’s my 2 cents.Pros There is not a lot of paperwork (aside from a few canned motions you use all the time). If you like strutting your stuff in court, then you can go to court a lot. If you truly believe your client’s innocent, then you get to feel righteous about defending the innocent. Aside I have a friend whose son was wrongly convicted and it took her years to get him out of jail and his name cleared. Sadly he was murdered a couple of years after he was released from prison. Wrong place, right time. A tragedy.More pros you can probably line up a fair amount of work if you get on the conflict panel (where the regular PD can’t take the case and they have to farm it out to the local lawyers). Also repeat business and referrals. Criminals tend to be repeat offenders and they’re thick as, well, thieves and tend to refer their cohorts to their attorney.Cons you’re working with cons! But you get over it. Yes, they tend to be stupid, but you don’t have to put them on at trial, just have them work on their innocent lamb face and put on a decent suit. You should also get paid up front, or at least before trial. Once they’re in jail good luck with getting paid. Getting paid is the hardest part of being a lawyer. That and having to deal with other lawyers, and I hear that district attorneys can be real snots. But I think the average civil lawyer is worse than the average district attorney because they’re being paid ever so much more to be jerks to the opposing counsel. DA is only seeking justice and the civil attorney is generally helping his client get away with murder (figuratively of course).

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