Patterson Justice Counsel can provide staunch representation for you throughout the complex field of civil litigation.
Court proceedings come in two different forms- criminal, when a public body brings charges against an individual accused of committing a crime; or civil, when two or more parties are involved in a lawsuit without criminal charges. While criminal charges carry stiff penalties such as high monetary fees and jail or prison time, civil lawsuits can also be equally damaging, with the possibility of losing money, property, and even guaranteed rights under law.
Any lawsuit can bring enormous stress to the parties involved, but being on the receiving end of a lawsuit from a government body or feeling wronged by a government or private entity can be particularly confusing, intimidating, and nerve-racking. Attorneys are well-equipped to deal with civil lawsuits and often bureaucratic procedure, as they speak the language of the court and help navigate an otherwise burdensome court system, but not all attorneys are trained or experienced in such matters. Further, lawyers specializing in this field must embrace conflict and controversy as they serve as their client’s advocate, obligated to fight for them to achieve the best possible outcome.
Patterson Justice Counsel has what you need to get through the unnerving experience of defending or protecting your rights in court. Attorney Patterson has years of experience handling the often frustrating bureaucracy in the public sector at local and federal levels of government. She is a fierce advocate for her clients and committed to the principle of standing up for those who have been wronged. Patterson is also a highly skilled legal writer and orator with extensive appellate level experience in both state and federal courts of appeals. With Attorney Patterson on your side, you will constantly be informed and educated about the nature of your proceedings and be rest assured to have someone truly fighting on your behalf to protect your rights and interests under law.