“All of my clients have two things in common:
they want to be treated with respect and they
want to win!”
What strikes you immediately about Tommy Guilbeau when you first meet him is the joy and enthusiasm he takes in practicing law. "I enjoy helping people and I love the challenge of the courtroom," Guilbeau says. "I treat each case on an individual and personal basis. I try to treat my clients the same way I'd want to be treated if I had to hire an attorney. All of my clients have two things in common: they want to be treated with respect and they want to win!"
When asked what traits make a good criminal defense lawyer, Tommy Guilbeau responds, "First, he must be a good investigator to get the facts of the case – he must listen well. Second, he must be a constitutional law expert with regard to the filing and arguing of motions prior to trial. Third and finally, he must be adept and skillful in the courtroom – with the ability to think on his feet. But most of all, he or she has to love doing battle for the little guy against often superior forces. This means standing up for the accused in such a way that the person is treated fairly and given the presumption of innocence as provided by the State and Federal Constitutions."
Tommy Guilbeau's career in criminal law truly establishes without a doubt that he is an experienced criminal defense lawyer who fights for the rights and dignity of his clients in all areas of criminal law, including sexual assault cases such as sexual battery, aggravated, rape and molestation of a juvenile, as well homicide and drug cases.