[VIDEO] Should You Tell Your Lawyer Everything?

If you think “oh, that doesn’t matter right now,” or “we’ll bring that up later.” We could be in a bind later on where I could have better advised you knowing the full facts about what actually happened. This happens in cases wide ranging nature. Contact me today about your VA traffic or misdemeanor case.

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Hello, my name is Andrew Flusche, I’m your Virginia defense lawyer. One question that comes up with clients and potential clients is whether or not you should tell your lawyer everything. The answer is yes. As your lawyer I need to know the truth, I need to know what happened, what you said, what you didn’t say, what you didn’t do, in order to properly defend you in court. If you withhold things from me, especially when we’re initially talk about your case.

If you think “oh, that doesn’t matter right now,” or “we’ll bring that up later.” We could be in a bind later on where I could have better advised you knowing the full facts about what actually happened. This happens in cases wide ranging nature. Everything from shoplifting, to DUI, to reckless driving charges that I handle and everything in between.

Some clients sometimes think that it might help you to withhold some things, it’s not a bad intent you’re just trying to help yourself the best you can, so I don’t blame clients for that. But it’s very important to understand that everything you tell your lawyer is confidential and it’s your lawyer’s job to help you get the best result in court no matter what the facts are. So your lawyer can help you better by knowing all the truth about what happened.

That’s your responsibility to tell us what happened. Answer questions truthfully and fully and not try to withhold things. Definitely help yourself by telling your lawyer the truth.

Andrew Flusche

My name is Andrew Flusche. I am a traffic and misdemeanor defense lawyer in Virginia. I limit my practice to traffic tickets and misdemeanor defense, so I know the ins and outs of these offenses. I literally wrote the book on reckless driving in Virginia which you can get on Amazon here or download for free here. I opened my practice in 2008 after earning my Juris Doctor degree from the University of Virginia School of Law. Since then, I have earned over 600 5-star reviews from happy clients on Google, Yelp, and Facebook. If you’ve been charged with a misdemeanor offense in Virginia, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Your initial consultation is always free, and you'll talk directly with me about the details of your case.

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