Confidentiality and Professionalism
When you meet with Brian Weingarten for the first time, you can be assured of two things:
First, everything that is discussed will be held in strict confidence and will not be communicated to anyone else, including the police.
Second, your case will be treated seriously and you will be treated with professionalism and with the utmost respect.
What Should I Expect When I Meet Brian Weingarten?
At the initial meeting we will generally discuss the nature of the allegations, as well as the circumstances leading to the charges, possible witnesses, and possible video recordings or other documentation that may need to be preserved as evidence.
We will also go over key background and biographical information. It is vitally important to understand the background of the client, as well as the circumstances that may have brought about the charges or allegations.
We will also discuss the future steps and procedures that will be expected along the way.
Finally, we will discuss the retainer agreement, fees for your case, and possible payment plans should you decide to retain Brian Weingarten Defence Law to represent you.
What Should I Bring to Our First Meeting?
You should ensure that you bring the following to our first meeting:
- All documents given to you by the police such as: bail papers, summonses, promises to appear, vehicle impound notices, tickets or initial disclosure.
- Valid government issued ID, such as a driver’s license or passport.