The National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) is a non-profit organization committed to improving the quality of trial representation in America. The NBTA also serves as a referral source for the general public.
To be certified by the NBTA, applicants undergo extensive scrutiny, including proof of good standing with his State Bar, investigation of credentials, references by peers, and an examination. Among other things, an attorney seeking certification must have been active in his specialty for no less than five years, and must show regular continuing education in the area of his specialty, and must show a substantial amount of experience in his specialty area.
Once an attorney is certified, he must recertify on a regular basis, to prove that he continues to maintain the highest level of excellence in his given specialty.
When you hire a Board Certified Trial Attorney, you are hiring an attorney that has held himself to the highest standards. A certified attorney has many hours of experience in criminal trial matters, and has pursued hours of continued education in the area of criminal law and criminal trials.
In the entire state of Nevada, there are currently only FOUR Board Certified Criminal Trial attorneys. Bret Whipple is one of the FOUR.
Contact Nevada Board Certified Trial Bret Whipple today at (702) 731-0000 for a free consultation.