• Lance and everyone in his office immediately came to our rescue, taking everything off of our hands so that we could focus on my husband's recovery. There are no words to describe how thankful we are for Lance and all that he did for our family.
    - Wife of Police Officer Represented in Auto Accident
  • Your diligence, tenacity and professionalism are outstanding. You got us a much higher settlement than we thought possible. We have and will continue to recommend you without hesitation. Again, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
    - Police Officer Represented in On-Duty Accident
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December 20, 2014 [Blue Line Lawyer]
A Old LEO’s Wish At Christmas
It was Christmas Eve. The lights went out in the mall as the old LEO watched the last employees walk to their cars. The security skeleton crew was...
June 25, 2013 [Blue Line Lawyer]
The Burden of Saying “NO!”
I remember the first time I read an article about public perceptions of LEOs. I believe it was in the academy during the block of instruction...
April 3, 2013 [Blue Line Lawyer]
Tracking Down Fugitives-because it is rude not to appear in court!
LEOs in Maine recently apprehended a convicted rapist who was on the run for 34 years. 34 YEARS!! Most LEOs working today were not working 34 years...
December 31, 2012 [Blue Line Lawyer]
I’ll have a Blue Christmas and a Happy Blue Year!
All too often, we hear about the dangerous side of law enforcement. While the job is far more dangerous than even our most staunch supporters know,...
March 7, 2012 [Education]
Time Away From The Job Makes A Better Crime Fighter
I remember when I was applying for my first job in law enforcement. I spoke with LEOs from many different agencies and asked a thousand questions....
December 11, 2011 [Keeping it light]
Support Comes In All Forms…
It is easy as LEOs to focus on the bad moments in a day. For some reason, those moments are more memorable for LEOs including bad wrecks, domestic...
April 10, 2011 [Keeping it light]
Beyond the badge..why we care.
This past week, my wife and I were privileged to meet one of America's heroes. He is a LEO wounded in the line of duty. He is being treated by the...
March 12, 2011 [Education]
The LEO’s role as a crime victim
About 7 years after I started working as a LEO, I was summoned jury duty. The questionnaire I received required me to disclose, under oath, if I was...
February 7, 2011 [Keeping it light]
The Lighter Side of the Law
The posts have been a bit "heavy" lately so I thought I would keep it light this week. I spent some time in court last week and also sat through a...

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