Jeremy Wood, Attorney
Jeremy Wood earned his law degree from the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada in 2010. Before that, he enjoyed a successful career as an electrical and computer engineer, contributing to many high profile projects including the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense program. Finding the engineering world too theoretical to engage his mind for the rest of his career, he decided to devote his critical and analytical skills to the field of criminal defense. Today, instead of building complex formulas and programs, he tears down unstable prosecutions and works to get unfairly treated defendants the rights that they deserve. As an associate with Wright & Weiner, Jeremy has found great satisfaction in the opportunities he has to help real people every day. His genuine care for each client combines with his significant logic and reasoning advantages to create strong obstacles to the prosecution's efforts to bring a conviction. Whether composing a motion or pointing out holes in a District Attorney's case in the courtroom, Jeremy's clear reasoning inspires confidence on the part of his clients and effectively calls into question shaky evidence and faulty conclusions on the part of accusers. Another advantage Jeremy brings to his work is his exceptional technical knowledge. He has the unique insight of an engineer into computer crimes, computer searches conducted by police, and the legality of using technology as evidence in a trial. This valuable understanding is a powerful weapon that Jeremy uses to its fullest advantage, keeping records and computer-related evidence out of the courtroom. White collar crimes and increasingly common technology-related charges are ideal ground for the technical expertise that Jeremy has to offer. If you are faced with these complex charges, you need a lawyer you can trust to handle the details with an expert hand. With your personal liberty at stake you need a highly competent, informed attorney who takes your case seriously and will take the time to keep you informed.
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