Nifonged in Seattle?

Posted March 20th, 2009 by Joe Kaiser

Win or lose, there's a million dollars of free publicity to be had here.

Dear Seattle Attorney,

In 2006, North Carolina defense attorney Joe Cheshire helped expose former Durham County District Attorney Mike Nifong and his trumped up charges against members of the Duke University lacrosse team.

Former Durham County District Attorney Mike Nifong

I’m guessing at least two things happened at Joe’s firm shortly thereafter. One, his rates went up, and two, he probably never spent another nickel advertising his legal services.

You got a problem in Durham County and need a criminal defense attorney to fix it, I’m betting you’re calling Joe Cheshire, pronto.

Nifonged? No, but I have been McKennafonged. The short story is 10 years in business, 400 transactions without a single complaint, and the AG’s office claiming I owe $132,400,000 in a consumer protection action that is 100% a figment of their twisted imaginations (you can buy a lot of smoke & mirrors with a million dollars of public funds).

If you’re a gifted attorney and recognize the benefits of instant fame and celebrity, are not afraid to step in front of the media’s cameras, can handle a complex appeal involving foreclosure real estate and bogus claims of wrongdoing by consumer protection terrorists, and can stomach AAG’s engaging in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit and misrepresentation (and that’s on their good days), I encourage you to contact me.

I’m unable to pay attorney fees. Your compensation is the priceless opportunity to shine before a big audience (this will soon be national news). Win or lose, there’s a million dollars of free publicity to be had here.

Email me today if you’re ready to be THE law firm Seattle big-business runs to when they’re under siege.

Joe Kaiser

2 Responses to: “Nifonged in Seattle?”

  1. Vlad responds:
    Posted: March 28th, 2009 at 5:50 pm


    I do not meet any of the qualifications mentioned above, but can’t pass the chance to sum your move with one word:


    The best of luck!

  2. DaveD responds:
    Posted: May 14th, 2009 at 7:14 am

    I hope some ambitious lawyer who wants to make a name for themselves will take your case on. The funny thing is if you really DID do something wrong… of ax murder proportions AND were just a little better known… they would all be beating a path to your door.

    It isn’t the nature of legal minds to go after THE MAN. A sad commentary of how stacked the deck really is. Wish you could somehow get some traction. I remain convinced there is a book and movie somewhere in here as well.

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