With a background in the audio business, Elliott planned to get back into audio after law school. But after trying cases he decided helping people resolve problems was the route he wanted to take. Helping persons charged with a crime and those who have been injured was the logical path to helping others.
According to Elliott, being charged with a crime, especially when you are young, shouldn’t have to be carried around the rest of your life. What you do in your late teens and early twenties shouldn’t affect your life in your 30s. The 40s, and 50s. Elliott goes on to say that he wants to help even the adult and the hardened criminal have a better quality of life while serving their sentences.
Elliott believes in treating humans as humans. Young offenders deserve a chance to earn a dismissal or lesser sentence so they can have the opportunity to change the direction of their lives.
You get more done with vinegar than honey, and I don’t believe in giving up.