Prior to entering private practice, I worked for a major corporation and traveled extensively all over the world. Part of my responsibilities included meetings with foreign ministers and various political figures. Some of the work entailed meetings with governmental agencies of the United States. A major role included negotiating protracted, complicated, multi million dollar commercial agreements with foreign and sometimes adverse representatives.
If you have a family member or loved one in prison on foreign soil, the emotional drain and feeling of helplessness can be intense and overwhelming. In this regard, I would offer my firm's services. It is a difficult task, often times, to venture into an unfriendly or complex venue or environment and experience success. Whether we can assist and be successful in returning your family member or friend to the United States is uncertain.
We would certainly be committed, however, and very willing to try.