Our firm believes in aggressively defending and courageously giving a voice to our clients who have been falsely accused of domestic violence.
We also believe that true victims of domestic violence need a voice to have the strength to remove themselves from a dangerous situation before the situation escalates to brutal attacks and even death.
Attorney Mekisha Jane Walker, whom we work with on an Of Counsel basis, recently released a book detailing her story of surviving domestic violence. Mekisha’s Amazon Top Seller, “But, Why did you stay?” answers the main question so many of ask, “Why stay?” Through her candid story, Mekisha gives insight and shines a light on domestic violence and abuse.
Judge William T. Harmon wrote this:
If it can happen to her, a capable trial attorney, it can happen to anyone. Mekisha Jane Walker’s ground-breaking and thought-provoking memoir has the potential to change the way domestic violence is viewed. Sharing her journey provides a fascinating insight into the confusion and agony women experience at the hands of an abuser, who was once their perfect love.
Mekisha’s incorporation of photos, video, audio, and court documents makes you feel as if you were actually there. This book will change lives by helping not only victims but also providing a better understanding of abusive relationships so that parents, siblings, and friends can help the woman on her path to regain control of her life.
William T. Harmon, Former Criminal Court Judge, 34 years
Here is the link to order a copy of Mekisha’s book on Amazon:
To learn more about Mekisha’s journey, check out her website here:
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Whether you have been a victim or domestic violence, know someone who has or have never experienced this struggle, this book is a great read for everyone.