September 2018 Bar Bulletin
by Tiffany Couch
“How could you?!” the voice from the audience exclaimed. She simply could not believe it when I told the professional group of forensic accountants that I worked criminal defense cases and thought it was some of the most meaningful work our firm had conducted.
She was incredulous when I explained that most defense attorneys I worked with just wanted to know whether their clients were telling the truth. “Sometimes,” I explained, “we have the unfortunate job of informing defense counsel that there is no explanation for the missing money other than their client’s illicit actions. But in other instances, our...