Excellence is expected when you handle federal misdemeanor cases and there is no room for error.
An Insider's Guide to Launching a Federal Misdemeanor Practice
Unlock the Secrets to Successfully Litigating Federal Misdemeanors
Excellence is expected when you handle federal misdemeanor cases and there is no room for error.
But what if you could...
You don't have to...
Refer misdemeanor federal cases out
Panic about all the things that could go wrong
Or worry you will look foolish
Instead...You can ADD a practice area + new revenue stream to your criminal defense practice!
Maybe you think that this is a world of practice that is beyond your reach...
You’re not wrong to be frustrated by the limited options available to lawyers who are looking to improve their craft.
The truth is…
Federal misdemeanors are a foreign world of legal practice.
And YES, federal court can be SCARY.
Because it's an entirely new space with new players who speak a different language.
BUT IT'S ONLY SCARY WHEN YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO!
And I hear you.
Maybe you've been telling yourself you can't do this because of what you don't know.
No one wants to show up looking like a complete amateur!
You're unsure of important factors like...
Get ready to become confident in federal court and start diversifying your income streams!
INTRODUCING The Insider's Guide to a…
Federal Misdemeanor Practice
Everything you need to launch a federal misdemeanor practice is available right now with a single click.
Demystify the "black box" of federal court with a course that makes it easy to do the work...
Video lessons you can watch or enjoy podcast-style
Simple, easy to follow modules
Effortless search + find feature to get answers quickly
Clear explanations of the different stages of a federal misdemeanor case
References to get informed about need-to-know laws
Step-by-step guidance from citation to trial
Tools to help easily decipher the terminology and language
Insider knowledge to decode the secrets of the federal courtroom culture
Insider tips on how to successfully negotiate with a prosecutor
Free mobile app for on-the-go access
This course + toolkit CLARIFIES the process with easy-to-access expert knowledge, references, and resources to help you build your skills and take on a federal misdemeanor case with CONFIDENCE.
Get ready to transform your law firm!
The Federal Misdemeanor Practice toolkit houses everything you need to diversify your income stream with minimal risk and high return.
This course provides all of the resources you need to guide you through the process without the overwhelm.
We've carefully crafted this program with easy-to-digest video segments and practice pointers that break down the process, the culture, the terminology, and everything else you need to know to start taking on federal misdemeanor cases quickly and confidently.
Your one-time investment includes access to these phenomenal tools
About Your Expert...
When it comes to fighting the government, Molly Parmer is a natural.
She is tough, intelligent, and fearless, and was born to be a criminal defense attorney.
Molly was named a Robert Woodruff Fellow – the highest honor bestowed on an incoming student – at Emory University School of Law, where she received a full-tuition scholarship.
She was the founding president of the Criminal Law Society, a member of Moot Court, and on the executive board of the Emory Public Interest Committee.
She received a number of awards in law school, including Outstanding Oralist at the Duberstein International Moot Court competition in New York and the Dean’s Award for Criminal Litigation. She was also featured alongside a number of judges, politicians, and prominent attorneys in Advancing the Rule of Law: A Century of Excellence at Emory Law, a publication celebrating the school’s centennial anniversary.
Following law school, Molly took a job as an assistant public defender in DeKalb County, Georgia, where she represented thousands of clients on charges ranging from reckless driving to murder. She successfully defended cases in municipal, state, and superior court, and developed her skills in handling every type of proceeding, from first appearances to jury trials.
Molly joined the Federal Defender Program in the Northern District of Georgia as a trial attorney in 2015. There, she defended those accused of drug trafficking, international money laundering, war crimes, violations of human rights, firearms violations, immigration offenses, child pornography, and allegations of white-collar crime, to name a few. In addition to federal trial experience, Molly also wrote appeals and presented oral argument in front of the 11th Circuit.
Molly is a graduate of the Bill Daniels Trial Academy, the National College of Criminal Defense, and the White Collar Crime College presented by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
She is an adjunct professor at Emory Law, where she teaches Advanced Criminal Trial Practice and has presented seminars on criminal defense for Lawyers for Equal Justice and the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
She presently serves on the board of directors for the Georgia Innocence Project and on the alumni board for Emory Law, and is featured regularly as a legal analyst on Court TV.
About Your Course Creator...
In addition to being a practicing criminal defense attorney, Erin Gerstenzang founder of What Lawyers Do, LLC, has spent 15 years speaking and planning legal education programs for lawyers.
She is known as a dynamic, engaging legal educator who studies industry best practices and molds them into systems that anyone can use.
Early on in her career as a trial attorney, Erin discovered a passion for helping other professionals improve their craft, and she built a national reputation as a sought-after speaker on a variety of topics ranging from trial techniques to design-thinking for law firms.
As top-rated speaker at legal conferences nationwide, she has honed her skills to capture, organize and distill valuable lessons from expert practitioners to help lawyers get smarter, faster.
She has chaired numerous legal events including the Georgia Public Defender Counsel’s DUI Trial Strategies Annual Program for 7 years running, and she both chaired and redesigned the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers year-long Leadership Academy and was awarded the GAWL Visionary Award in 2019 for those efforts.
She currently sits on the Planning Board of the American Bar Association's TECHSHOW, and is on the Faculty of the National College for DUI Defense (NCDD).
In 2020 Erin was recognized by Law.com’s Fulton Daily Report as one of the Best Mentors in Georgia. She was honored by Fastcase 50 in 2018 and recognized by the ABA's Legal Technology Resource Center as one of the honorees of the Women in Legal Tech 2019.
In her free time, she also serves on the State Bar of Georgia’s Disciplinary Rules and Procedures Committee and chairs the Judicial Recommendation Committee of the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys. She was the recipient of the GACDL President’s Award in January 2020.
Combining both her trial skills, talent for speaking, and deep understanding of the needs of practicing lawyers, she excels at reducing the complicated and difficult down to the simple and actionable.
Who is the Federal Misdemeanor Course + Toolkit designed for?
This course is geared towards new + experienced criminal defense lawyers who are ready to level up to a federal misdemeanor practice.
This course is right for you if you...
This course is NOT right for you if you...
Frequently Asked Questions
An online toolkit specifically designed for the busy practitioner. Whether you want to engage by app or desktop, we have you covered with easy-to-watch video lessons, sample docket pleadings, templates, pro tips + transcripts.
ANATOMY OF A CASE: A LOOK INTO A CLASS A MISDEMEANOR
Take a deep dive into a real sexual assault case and how a pro navigates a Class A misdemeanor:
GETTING STARTED: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
What you need to know before you tackle a federal misdemeanor.
You don't have to question when or what to file when you have an insider guide!
PREPARING FOR TRIAL
Federal court is no joke. Learn how you can thoroughly prepare and enter the courtroom with confidence.
Get a thorough understanding of the sentencing process and what you need to do to show up like a rockstar!
Take the next step with these insider tips:
Think of this resource as MENTORSHIP in an app...
We have collected, organized and distilled all of the resources you need to guide you through the process without the overwhelm.
Unlike other programs, this is an investment that yields a high reward by adding a profitable revenue stream combined with minimal competition and a busy docket.
We are literally OBSESSED with helping you become an expert.
Which is why we've carefully crafted this program to include easy-to-digest video segments and practice pointers that break down the process, the culture, the terminology, and everything else you need to know to start taking on federal misdemeanor cases quickly and confidently.
The video lessons are remarkably captivating, in fact, they are SO much fun to watch, you may find it difficult to tear yourself away.
The course is meticulously designed to make it easy for you to learn at your own pace and the toolkit is a one-stop-shop that houses all of the resources you will need for excelling at federal misdemeanor cases.
You can access the lessons and tools by laptop or mobile app - on a cutting-edge (EASY-to-use) platform that makes online learning fun and frictionless.
Not only will you be able to build a new practice area, you will have fun doing it!
This is a skill-enhancing, money making opportunity with an affordable price point.
The Federal Misdemeanor Practice Toolkit will guide you through the terminology, processes, and culture of a Federal courtroom.
From the moment you are first hired, this course gives you an easy-to-follow guide through the life of a misdemeanor federal case. We discuss common offenses on the misdemeanor docket, the types of resolutions available, opportunities and codes to be on the lookout for, and all of the important court customs and cultural moments that you will want to know about in advance of stepping into the federal courthouse.
We have also curated a collection of must-have templates for all of your typical federal court filings.
From initial appearance to appeal, this course offers easy access to the information, tools and strategic insights you need to proceed with confidence.
It's simple really...You can earn 5X the cost of this course with your first appearance. This is an opportunity to make more money AND become a better lawyer. #nobrainer
Your investment is a lifetime purchase that provides full access to all of the resources in the Federal Misdemeanor Practice Toolkit.