My son was charged with assaulting and threatening two women as part of a robbery. I was terrified that he could go to jail for the next 55 years and that he wouldn’t survive prison. Mr. Cooper and his investigator were in constant contact with the family and made sure that we understood the trial process and how important our roles would be as parents and witnesses. Mr. Cooper presented his own exhibits and then used the government’s own evidence against it, convincing the jury that the police had arrested the wrong man. The jury came back with a “not guilty” verdict on all charges within an hour.