Yes, yes, yes! I want to thank you for your successful submission of the newsletter signup for RHDefense: Criminal Defense Lawyer Rick Horowitz’s (that’s me!) office.
As of March 27, 2020, the newsletter signup is a new thing. I’m working out the details of how the newsletter will be used. My expectation is that it will be one of the following:
- Once a week, a newsletter about the week’s blog post will go out. This allows you to keep up-to-date on posts without having to continually return to the website. As many of you know, being a busy criminal defense lawyer, I blog somewhat irregularly.
- For some time now, I have used my Facebook Page as a place not just to make announcements, and post occasional humorous things, but primarily as a kind of “vetted news feed” on stories relating to criminal defense. This really benefits Facebook, but it doesn’t benefit me so much. One reason is that Facebook doesn’t even always show people the posts. I have deactivated Facebook, and the more important stories each week will be sent out in a single weekly email, and probably providing just a little commentary of my own.
- I intend to start writing guides. I’m working on one now called “How to Hire a Criminal Defense Lawyer.” I will periodically push out an email with links to guides, as I write them.
- As I update “Pages” on my website, I will send out an update about that. For example, I’m currently adding to my Practice Areas pages.
If you have other suggestions for how I might use my Newsletters, please feel free to send me an email!
And, meanwhile, I hope you’ll take an opportunity to browse around my website. You’ll find many useful articles here. I know this because some of my articles have even made it into stories in the Wall Street Journal, TechDirt, Gizmodo, and other places.
Your free ePamphlet, “How to Hire a Criminal Defense Lawyer,” will be sent to you. I used to make this automatic. But too many people are submitting fake addresses to get the ePamphlet, without following through on signing up for the newsletter. Most have foreign addresses, or “pharmacy” addresses (ending with “pharma.ru” or some other fake address). So now I am manually sending the ePamphlet to addresses that prove not to be fake.
Thank you, again!