If you’ve been charged with a crime or have domestic legal issues, you’re likely scared and confused about your next step. Should you handle your case on your own or get a lawyer? Should you consider a plea or settlement offer or litigate your matter in front of a judge?
You are not alone in your anxiety. Everyone in your situation has questions and concerns. You are completely justified in wanting to know you are doing everything possible to protect yourself and your interests.
When you call me, I will explain the legal process and assess your case. I will discuss all the options available to you and help you decide on the best possible course of action. I will ensure your rights are protected and that you are being treated fairly. Finally, I will aggressively fight to achieve the best resolution for you.
Douglas Thomas Mock received his bachelor of arts degree from Colorado State University and his Juris Doctor from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. While in Atlanta, Mr. Thomas Mock worked for the Georgia Innocence Project – an organization dedicated to examining DNA evidence for the purpose of exonerating people wrongly-convicted of crimes.
After passing the Colorado Bar Exam, Mr. Thomas Mock served as a trial lawyer for the Denver office of the Colorado Public Defender where he represented indigent clients at trial on a regular basis. He left that post in 2010 to pursue a career in solo practice. Since then, Mr. Thomas Mock has focused his energy toward providing top-quality representation to his clients at a reasonable price. In addition to serving clients through his practice, Mr. Thomas Mock accepts pro bono cases through Metro Volunteer Lawyers and the Family Law Court Program. Mr. Thomas Mock also serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of the Georgia Innocence Project.