7 Dec 2022

Super Lawyer Murali Jasti

On behalf of Jasti & Khandhar   |   Firm News

If you are facing a criminal charge, you need to hire an attorney you know will defend you tirelessly in the courtroom. Hiring a Super Lawyer is the perfect solution for you.

How are Super Lawyers Selected?

Super Lawyers uses a ” patented multiphase selection process (U.S. Pat. No. 8,412,564) to create a credible, comprehensive and diverse listing of outstanding attorneys that can be used as a resource when searching for legal counsel.”

Our Super Lawyer

Attorney Murali Jasti has been selected as a 2022 Super Lawyer! Murali boasts a successful criminal defense history where he believes in his clients. Jasti believes that “The role of a good defense attorney is to ensure that your side of the story is told, that your character and good acts are not forgotten, and that ultimately you are given the consideration and justice you deserve.”

If you are searching for a compassionate and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney, Murali Jasti is your solution. He will stand by your side through thick and thin to see you receive the justice you deserve.

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23 Nov 2022

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