John’s years of experience with criminal cases gave him a unique lens to understand eligibility, and he intimately knows the incredible changes to someone’s life that can come from an expungement, too.
Expunging an arrest or conviction from a record opens a person up to a better education, better jobs, or better licenses — the difference between being a cook and being a chef.
But expungements also give people a clean slate, closing the chapter of a criminal arrest history and allowing them to move forward with their lives.
John has become well-known in the legal community for making himself almost constantly available for his clients, answering their questions by call or even text message throughout a case.
At the end of the day, John wants to be the lawyer that helps his clients move past their mistakes and their imperfections on to a better life.
Louisiana State Bar Association, Young Lawyers’ Section, Member, 2010 – Present
American Bar Association, Member, 2008 – Present
Jefferson Parish Bar Association, 2010 – Present
The ProBono Project: Volunteer Lawyers Providing Access to Justice
Orleans Public Defenders Board: Conflict Panel Counsel