Daniel makes clear, “…one of the things you have to realize is you don’t get to control the media and that no matter how much or how thoughtful you are in saying the things that you’re saying, the journalist may choose to use all, some, none or take something potentially out of context. That’s the risk that you take when you are speaking to the media.”
Daniel Brown is among an elite group of defence lawyers certified as a criminal law specialist by the Law Society of Ontario, the governing body of Ontario lawyers. This certification guarantees that the recipient is, “recognized and experienced in his or her field of law and who has met high standards”. Much of Daniel’s legal practice is focused on representing people who are strangers to the justice system. He quite often represents successful professionals who have found themselves in unfortunate and unfamiliar circumstances. Listen in to learn more on how to build a practice and deal with the media.
Produced by: Zenia Sethna and Jason Cooper