1. Print and television coverage involving an out-of-town attorney who was suffering from being "home-towned" in a case outside his normal geographic practice area. His win against a local Catholic institution resulted in coverage in both towns; and a new client with a similar problem, just two weeks later.
2. Televised pre-trial publicity surrounding the arrest of a pedophile attempting to make child porn movies, resulted in a plea change from "Not Guilty" to "Guilty." Although the police had physical evidence, three small children were spared from testifying.
(Additionally, the mother finally was able to gain full custody after years of "supervised visitation.")
3. Worked with an Orange County DA's office to help prosecute Ron Lais.
4. Worked with a reluctant San Diego DA's office to prosecute a family law attorney who admitted ripping off clients.
Possible Elder Financial abuse:
5. An Emergency room doctor used hospital records to track down and befriend a recent widow. He visited her at her residence and, after befriending her, became her doctor. After her death several years later it was discovered she had revised her will throughout the ensuring years, to his financial benefit. After an ABC news feature, the State Medical Board began an investigation.