Brian Sanford has been a trial lawyer for over 25 years in and out of the state of Texas. He primarily practices employment law. Although, he has handled a wide variety of civil cases, including physi-cal injury and business claims.
The courtroom can be a frightening place with many pitfalls. This causes many people to fear or lose confidence in the justice system.
Sanford believes that the courthouse, when operating properly, is a honorable place ordained to do good things for people with just causes. A court provides a remedy to those harmed by a violation of the law. Providing this remedy is the measure of a civilized society.
A jury, as a committee of persons from the community, acts as the conscience of the community to protect the community.
The law allows attorneys, such as Sanford, to act as a private attor- ney general in employment civil rights cases to pursue wrongs and protect the public from future violations.
Everyone deserves protection from harmful violations and to have a qualified person standing up for him or her in the courtroom.