As many survivors, I have learned to cope not only with the emotional consequences of the murder of my daughter, Randi Trimble, but also with the ongoing traumatizing effects of the legal aftermath.

I first met Michelle Sibert in 2006, when, as Chief of Appeals, she was assigned to oversee an appeal filed by my daughter’s murderer. I had confidence learning that Michelle had experience in presenting many written and oral arguments before the PA Supreme and Superior Courts. I had full confidence in Michelle, knowing that she had the experience needed to completely and fairly evaluate the evidence surrounding my daughter’s murder. Michelle was sensitive in understanding my personal trauma, and took great measures to meet with me in person and inform me of the status of the appeal.

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