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OUR FIRM

Welcome to our firm. Legal-Eagles is now partnering with Lisa Maye Grant to offer custom parole and commutation services.  Lisa belongs to many advocacy groups and is a big supporter of Legal-Eagles.org. The package  includes but are not limited to a custom social bio of who the parole candidate was and who he is today. Comes complete with a color collage of photos, legal version of the case, a criminal extract of the candidates prior history, support letters, home plan referral and much more. Check out our product page for a visual of a custom color collage.

Dealing with the Frustrated Client: Here are some inside tips?



It takes a special breed to understand what a Legal-Eagle client has been through.




Many of our clients have been through the trials and tribulations of a one sided criminal justice system. We put ourselves in their shoes. Legal-Eagles has won the trust of it's clients by listening, and then collaborating on a legal strategy that sometimes is unconventional.


Tip #1 - Never rush to judgement!


We fully investigate and explore all sides of the coin before giving advice. Often times the truth is hidden in plain sight. We are obsessed with the truth.




Tip #2 - There are several paths to the truth!


The truth has been explained by one wise man as the peak of a mountain where you can see completely the landscape below. However, there are several paths to traverse the peak. At Legal-eagles we do quite a bit of quasi-judicial investigation, interviewing witnesses, and reading cold case documents.




Tip #3 - We take it personal!


We are like legal blood hounds. We track down the facts and the law that applies to each case. We never give up the chase.


Tip #4 - Keep all avenues and options on the table!


We have a network of relationships and colleagues that we reach out to in the very hard to solve questions and cases. This has worked very well for us.


Tip #5 - Keep the faith!


Some of our clients are on their last appeal, their last leg, but we are there to encourage them to finish the race. It is not how you start the race but how you finish. Now that good advice.



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