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In addition to providing the basic information potential clients sought, also provided them with some perspective of the depth of experience and commitment they could expect.
COLUMBIA, SC, June 24, 2016 /24-7PressRelease/ -- After serving as U.S. attorney for the District of South Carolina since 2010, Bill Nettles announced his return to private law practice Wednesday with the launch of his new website. The Law Office of Bill Nettles will focus on cases such as criminal defense for white-collar crimes, public corruption and other charges; representing False Claims Act relators in whistleblower actions; and general civil litigation, including personal injury, business disputes and family law claims.
The goal of the site is to educate prospective clients about their case and demonstrate the potential benefits of Nettles' experience in the private and public arenas.
"I was seeking a website that, in addition to providing the basic information potential clients sought, also provided them with some perspective of the depth of experience and commitment they could expect," Nettles said.
This combination of information and experience is readily apparent on the website's home page. The "5 Things to Know If You Are Stopped by Law Enforcement" section lists crucial do's and don'ts for interacting with the police, while the "In the Media" section spotlights Nettles' appearances in local and national headlines.
Custom photography takes users inside the Law Office of Bill Nettles and draws attention to the intuitive navigation structure of the menus. Visitors using smartphone and tablet technology enjoy the same positive experience as those on desktop computers via responsive formatting that adjusts the appearance of the website to accommodate different screen sizes and devices.
About the Law Office of Bill Nettles
Attorney Bill Nettles serves clients in Charleston and throughout the state from his office in Columbia, South Carolina. Beginning his career as a public defender, Nettles represents clients facing charges of drug crimes, driving under the influence, fraud, white-collar crimes and more. Nettles also has extensive civil trial experience, representing whistleblowers in federal fraud cases, serving plaintiffs in medical malpractice and other personal injury claims and more.
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