Law Like You've Never Seen
Ordinary measures lead to ordinary results.
Every client’s story matters. A good lawyer understands the importance of uncovering that story and telling it well. Typical tools of advocacy pale in comparison to a well-crafted short documentary video. Passon is on the cutting edge of this powerful and persuasive litigation process.
As a criminal defense lawyer with over 20 years’ experience and an award-winning filmmaker, Passon possesses a one-of-a-kind skillset. He will help illuminate the truth of your client’s story in a way traditional methods of persuasion advocacy simply cannot. This method is not only accepted, but welcomed in courts across the country.
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Why Visual Advocacy
Seeing is believing. If a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth a million. A powerful story told with powerful visuals enhances the credibility and impact of sentencing arguments.
Video gives the attorney greater control over the unpredictability of live witnesses and brings sterile written witness statements to life.
Research consistently shows that video is a highly effective tool for communication and persuasion.
Videos give the judge or jury an up-close and personal view of the human side of your client, their family and their life.
As the leading expert in sentencing video advocacy, Passon has the legal experience and production capabilities to handle any kind of case.
The potent combination of legal advocacy and documentary film making has the power to change lives.
From the Blog
Is a plug still shameless if what the plugger is plugging is 100 percent free forever? If so, forgive the shameless plug, but this is too important to miss. The purpose of Defense Map (www.defensemap.com) is to “uncover as much as possible about [your] clients’ game-changing backstories”. The creator of…Read More
My colleague Alan Ellis travels the country interviewing judges about the most (and least) persuasive elements of sentencing advocacy. In a recent article published in Law360, Mr. Ellis conducts an extensive interview with Judge Nancy Gertner. It’s an essential read for all criminal law practitioners. The full article can be…Read More
No matter what the case, there are only three types of sentencing stories defense lawyers ever tell. I call them the 3 “Rs”, and they are: REASONS, RELATIVITY and REDEMPTION. Every case has at least one. With a little bit of luck and whole lot of elbow grease, you may…Read More