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					Corso & Rhude Sets Out to Be A Different Kind of Law Firm

Former Maricopa County prosecutors have set out to level the legal
playing field for Valley residents.

Peoria, AZ, April 14, 2010 -- Christopher Corso and John Rhude of the Law
Office of Corso & Rhude have set out to level the legal playing field for
Valley residents.

Putting more than a decade’s worth of combined experience in the
prosecutor’s office to work, the legal team believes that everyone has
the right to experienced representation and the right to also have equal
representation in a court of law, whether it’s for a photo radar ticket
or a DUI charge. But even more than that, they want their clients to feel
that their attorney is working for them.

“You have to be comfortable with your attorney,” said partner John Rhude.
“They’re the people who are going to go into court on your behalf to sit
down with the judge and prosecutor and work out a deal for you, get your
case dismissed or take care of you in a trial.”

Corso & Rhude attorneys provide expert legal advice and the personal
attention that every client deserves. Whether it’s a criminal case, DUI
charge or traffic violation, Corso & Rhude attorneys have the benefit of
their years of experience on the both sides of the legal fence –
prosecuting and defending clients – to assist you in receiving the
fairest outcome to your case.

“We give our clients the best advice, the best of our expertise, the
cutting-edge information that they need to know and the options available
to them,” Rhude said. “That way they can make an informed decision - the
best decision for them and their family.”

Both Rhude and his partner Christopher Corso spent half a decade as
deputy county attorneys for the Maricopa County Prosecutor’s Office.
There, they participated in thousands of cases with charges that ranged
from driving under the influence to domestic violence. Before that, the
pair worked for the City of Mesa’s Prosecutor’s Office, where Corso
assisted in preparing the city’s manual on domestic violence.

But while that work was satisfying, the pair wanted to focus on
individuals, seeing their cases through to completion, helping to educate
their clients in the hopes of lessening the occurrences in the future.
They felt that many people were being underserved by their legal
representatives and they wanted to begin the process of correcting those
instances.

“We wanted to have more of a one-on-one relationship with the community,
using the knowledge and experience we gained to help educate the
community,” Corso said. “That was our intention and our focus from the
beginning. As former prosecutors, we were proud of the work we did and
confident in our abilities from the experience and knowledge we gained.
“It came to a point where we decided that it was time to try and help
people. Armed with that experience, we’re able to identify the different
types of issues that come up in the course of a case and better serve our
clients.”

Both Corso and his partner point to their work as prosecutors as a
benefit for their clients. They’ve been on the other side of cases and
they know what to expect. Their experience in dealing with the judicial
process and with defense attorneys helped them cultivate a model for the
kind of law they wanted to practice and gave them the experience they
needed to help their clients.

“It isn’t just the law that you’re dealing with,” Corso said. “You’re
dealing with the psychology of the law, dealing with the attorneys on
both sides and how they think, what they believe and how they apply what
they’ve learned to their craft in the courtroom. We’ve also gained the
ability to effectively believe in and listen to our clients, a trait lost
on attorneys today. These are the things that a law book just doesn’t
teach you. We learned it coming up through the ranks.”

The bottom line for both Corso and Rhude is that every client receives
fair representation and the legal experience they deserve.

“You don’t always achieve all the goals,” Corso said. “But explaining and
educating your clients is the key to effective representation. If your
client understands the process and believes in you because you believe in
them, it will be a win no matter what the outcome.”

The Law Office of Corso & Rhude, PLLC is located at 9210 W. Union Hills
Drive, Suite 102, Peoria, Arizona, 85382. To schedule a free
consultation, please visit www.corsorhude.com or call (602) 254-3188.

Contact:
Al Stevens
Corso & Rhude
Peoria, AZ
480.235.1770
al@stevenspr.com
http://www.corsorhude.com

				
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