THANK-YOU LETTER FROM CLIENT
(Ms. Williams successfully represented him simultaneously in his Criminal Defense Felony case and separate DCF Child Abuse case, in two separate courts.)
"Thank you Rawsi! Now I'm going to let you do your thing... on the rest of the case." ---Client's Initial Response after Ms. Williams successfully argued modifications of his release while
fighting his cases
Client's CLOSING LETTER TO MS. WILLIAMS AFTER CASES:
"Good evening Rawsi, I want to start off thanking you for all the time and effort you put in on helping me get my life back together....
This will allow other people who are in the same situation or worse, to know that there is Hope!
I want to start off by letting the reader know that getting arrested and charged with Child Abuse was only the beginning. I went through a lot and it hurt me to know that I was at a point where I might
have not ever been able to see my children again. The pretrial diversion offered by the court helped me with a second chance and put me in a position where I really had to reflect on everything that
had happened. I was scared, I was frantic, I was worried and I was filled with anxiety throughout the whole ordeal, not to mention how my family felt. My wife and I thought our marriage was over,
and the children thought "Daddy" was no longer part of the family. The beginning months were emotionally agonizing to my heart and soul and it was a burden on my wife as well.
Thankfully, as I complied and obeyed the courts request, I found the situation to be a bit smoother than I had thought. Yes, I was still scared of what simple mistake I could of made cost me. I was on
thin ice and knew I could not mess up in order for me to get my family back. I prayed to God, that He may alleviate the pain and unite us back, but God had other plans. I started realizing hat God
had put me in this position of suffering to mold me, that all this happened for a greater purpose. God really wants to work on my patience, because it is something I really lack in. The Lord knew that
I was not walking in accordance to His will. I had chosen my own path. I thought I was okay because I did the "religious" things, such as read my Bible, go to church, etc., but I wasn't fully
committed (still to this day it's hard to fully surrender it all). But He chose to this so that I would really learn to be patient with my wife and children. The six months of separation from my family
allowed me to put it all into practice as I missed them. Both parenting classes opened my eyes on how to discipline children, the therapy, and anger management allowed me to reflect on my past, and
on the roots of who I was and what I had become, and couples counseling as well as family therapy taught me to cherish my loved ones.
When we suffer as human beings, we really see the big picture of what's going wrong in our lives but when we have it all and we are on top of the world, we are blind to our mistakes and failures. 2
Corinthians 12:10 says, That is why, for Christ's sake, I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in difficulties. For when I am weak, then am I strong.
Thank you once again Rawsi and may God bless your organization greatly. Franklyn don't feel left out. I know you were there helping Rawsi, please delight in this thanksgiving too."
---Mr. M.V., Client