Other than that, everybody is entitled to a defense subject to the constitution.'Orthodox Jewish women practicing criminal law is considered a rarity and Sara and Mindy bond over their shared conservative heritage.
Sara is the daughter of a rabbi and grew up on the Upper East Side of New York.
Another particular conflict is known as the means "and from the Son." It had been inserted into the Nicene Creed during the 6th century, thus changing the phrase pertaining to the origin of the Holy Spirit from "who proceeds from the Father" to "who proceeds from the Father and the Son." It had been added to emphasize Christ's divinity, but Eastern Christians not only objected to the altering of anything produced by the first ecumenical councils, they disagreed with its new meaning.
Eastern Christians believe both the Spirit and the Son have their origin in the Father.
It is characterized by a priestly and mystical nature.
Mindy, who grew up in Brooklyn, said: 'We won't take on any client that is unethical or asks us to do things that are illegal.." This "Scripture alone" doctrine held by Protestant faiths asserts that the Word of God alone can be clearly understood and interpreted by the individual believer and is sufficient on its own to be the final authority in Christian doctrine.Orthodoxy argues that the Holy Scriptures (as interpreted and defined by church teaching in the first seven ecumenical councils) along with Holy Tradition are of equal value and importance.My clients love it.' The colleagues explained that when they won a case, one of the male attorneys said, 'who did you sleep with in the jury to get that result?', which they said was 'very painful' after they worked so hard But her fight to the top of the law profession has been difficult.'I started out as a young attorney in my twenties and people just think a lot of times that you are idiot.
Criminal defense attorneys Sara Shulevitz, 40, and Mindy Meyer, 26, of Meyer Kessner and Shulevitz Law Group are known in Miami and New York law circles for their outlandish style and upbeat attitude.