James Michael Perry is a professional trial attorney. He strongly believes that proper drafting of a case for trial is important to winning. The preparation process entails full understanding of the facts of the case; knowing the position of the law; and setting up a theory of your case that is acceptable to the judge or a jury.
Before starting career as a lawyer, James worked as a passionate newspaper reporter. He possessed strong investigative stints at the Mobile Press-Register, the Savannah (Ga.) Morning News, and several newspapers.
His strong reporting skills made him the recipient of 13 statewide journalism excellence awards one of them is the 2005 “Freedom of Information Award” awarded by the Georgian Associated Press.
As a lawyer paramount objective is to set up a winning case theory that will captivate any judge or a jury to give the client the desired outcome. To achieve this, all the facts and the laws on each case must be brought to bear.
Solid preparation is important to achieve this in any case without hesitation to proceed to trial. To achieve this it is important to create a story founded on a persuasive theory that is specifically designed for you; a story that will strike other people as genuine.