We are excited to announce our Criminal Defense Lawyer Daniel Olsen has been selected by the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys (AILCLA) as one of the 2018 “10 Best Criminal Defense Attorneys in Northern California for Client Satisfaction.” According to Dan, selection to the list highlights the Abrate & Olsen Law Group’s dedication to solving our client’s needs; “While I am honored to be included with nine distinguished colleagues on this list, I am especially grateful to be selected for providing my clients with exceptional and outstanding service.”
American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys Selection Process
According to the AILC website, “At the American Institute of Legal Counsel we recognize excellence. Very few Attorneys can display our ’10 Best’ badge on their website or display the plaque in their office.”
To be considered for selection, attorneys must pass a three-step selection process:
- The Attorney must be nominated by the Institute, Client, and/or Peer.
- A review committee researches the Attorney to verify they meet the following criteria, narrowing the nominations down to ensure that all criteria is met or exceeded.
- Must be formally nominated by the Institute, Client, and/or Peer
- Must have an impeccable Client Rating
- Must not have faced or been subject to any Attorney Grievance Committee discipline
- Must be a member in Good Standing of their State Bar
- Must have excellent Client/Peer Reviews
- Possess Advanced Degrees
- Awards received
- Professional Associations and their activity in such Associations
- Publications in their field
- Speaking engagements in their field
- The final list of nominations is submitted to a committee for the final selection process, “Where the 10 Best Attorneys representing the Best of the Best are selected.”
Providing Clients the Best Criminal Defense Highlighted by Selection
Dan began his career as a Deputy District Attorney for the Sacramento District Attorney’s Office before partnering with fellow Deputy DA and friend, Michael Abrate in 2014 to form the Abrate & Olsen Law Group in Sacramento. Dan’s primary focus is providing clients with Criminal Defense Legal Services to protect their rights and freedom.
“We believe every client has a unique story which requires different solutions. Understanding the specific circumstances surrounding their legal case allows us to better serve their needs.”
Our law office understands that having a legal issue with the criminal justice system can be a matter of circumstance, not a reflection of your character. Should you need legal advice or representation for a criminal matter, you can rest assured we will guide you through the full legal process, taking time to understand the circumstances surrounding your case and answering your questions or concerns.
Criminal Defense Legal Services We Provide
One of the greatest rights granted by the United States Constitution is you are assumed innocent until proven guilty. To protect this right, you are also guaranteed the right to effective legal counsel and a fair trial. Choosing to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to represent you can be the difference between serving jail time or remaining a free citizen of society.
Our attorneys have experience defending the rights and freedoms of clients just like you in both State and Federal Criminal Cases. To learn more about our Criminal Defense Legal Services, please contact our office today to schedule a free legal consultation.
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