Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 08, 2013
In the wake of the riveting series finale of AMC’s hit television show, Breaking Bad, White Goldstein Criminal Defense Law Firm is proud to announce the launch of an entertaining new infographic, illustrating the many crimes committed by Walter White, the now infamous anti-hero, and the hypothetical legal ramifications he would have faced if ever actually convicted of such a rap sheet.
Across the five seasons of the award-winning television series, protagonist Walter White transformed from a hyper-honest chemistry teacher to a methamphetamine-manufacturing drug lord known as Heisenberg. Within this digression, White committed an array of serious crimes and though the story was fictional, the lawyers at the White Goldstein Law Firm thought it would be interesting to let the story play out in a hypothetical court of law.
View the Walter White's Rap Sheet infographic here: http://www.whitegoldlaw.com/criminal-defense-blog/walter-white-rap-sheet
“As Walter’s crimes kept escalating, the series became more and more fascinating on a legal front,” says Karen L. Goldstein, one of the trial partners at White Goldstein. “His potential rap sheet became so ridiculous that we thought it would be compelling to do the actual legal research and to create an entertaining graphic that showed exactly how much trouble he was facing.”
From extortion to murder, drug manufacturing to theft, viewers had a sense that Walter White was in deep, however, with this new infographic released by the White Goldstein Law Firm, fans of the concluded series can now know, with certainty, exactly what “Heisenberg’s” fate would have been.
White Goldstein is a state and federal criminal defense law firm located in Los Angeles, California. The firm's trial partners, Debra S. White and Karen L. Goldstein, are skilled criminal attorneys with unique backgrounds, experience, and expertise, that provide a winning combination for successful results for their clients. White Goldstein's law practice is focused on defending those accused of committing crimes against a loved one which include: crimes of domestic violence, child molestation, child pornography offenses, attempted murder, murder and rape.