I’ve been trying for weeks to find the perfect words to express my gratitude, and honestly, they simply don’t exist. So I’ll start by saying that I’m thoroughly convinced of three things. First, three years ago, when I found your name online, The Lord was there. Second, when you answered your phone and spoke with me, The Lord was there. Last, but not least, when my precious little girl needed you – Thank God, you were there. From the first time that we had spoken, I trusted you. While you didn’t know us from Adam – and while the people closest to us walked away – you stood there by our side, like a protector within the storm of a lifetime. When the world seemed dark and cruel, you were there fighting for us, and I just can’t thank you enough.

Because of you, I have always felt that my baby and I had someone on our side. Someone willing to fight for what was right. While nothing will ever take away what happened to my little girl, you have provided her with justice. I don’t in any way wish to take away from the justice of the criminal case, however; I do feel that both myself and my daughter were treated with a greater deal of dignity and kindness largely due to your representation.

Thank you, Jeff – For giving my little girl a brighter future and for showing her that true justice does exist in this world. Thank you for being there for us, when even our family was not. Thank you for not giving up – even when we were ready to throw in the towel. Thank you for your strength and for your words of wisdom, always knowing what to say when I was at my weakest points through this case – I was able to be – because you were strong enough for us all. You were our rock, always stable, in this world of uncertainty – the one person that we knew for sure was on our side – So again, I say, thank you – and God bless you and your family, for all that you do – and have done.