Ewetuga.com was the website for Attorney at law Michael O. Ewetuga. On the website’s homepage, an image of Attorney Ewetuga and his colleagues can be seen. Law-related images such as Lady Justice, a gavel, and the U.S. courthouse also decorate his website. Upon clicking on the link provided at the bottom of Atty. Ewetuga, visitors are redirected to his Google My Business profile.
A custom cursor that states “we welcome you!” adds a welcoming and fun experience to interested visitors.
A quote from William Pitt states “The poorest man may in his cottage bid defiance to all the forces of the Crown. It may be frail, its roof may shake; the wind may blow through it; the storm may enter, the rain may enter — but the King of England cannot enter; all his force dares not cross the threshold of the ruined tenement!” can also be seen. According to the website, this quote is the foundation of one’s freedom from unlawful search and seizure.
A quote from former US Senator from New Mexico Jeff Bingaman saying “I support concrete and progressive immigration reform based on three primary criteria: family reunification, economic contributions, and humanitarian concerns” can also be seen. To read other related articles, visit Lawyer News.
Services Offered at ewetuga.com
On the left side panel of the website, Attorney Michael Ewetuga’s area of practice namely Criminal Law, Immigration Law, and Personal Injury can be seen. The website can also be viewed in different languages such as Spanish and Russian. A language option for Arabic was also in the process of making. There were also reviews at the bottom part of the pages that says, “This firm was very helpful. They went out of their way to answer all of my questions. They were very polite and very professional. I thank them for all their help. I recommend if you need help, give them a call.”
Another review that may be able to be found on the page says, “Thank you for helping me. You were very polite and I thank you for your time and your help.” On the left part of the page, the address “1401 S. Union Ave. Tacoma, WA 98405” could also be found and the phone number “253-235-2480”. If someone were looking to reach out to them via email, they also had their email address “[email protected]” on the website.
On top of the page, a custom link was also available that will direct the visitor to a map of Michael Ewetuga’s office.
If a visitor clicked on the criminal law part of the page, it will direct them to a webpage that had a lot of information about criminal law. There was also a custom cursor that says “not guilty!!”. The webpage mentioned that the lawyer may be able to help with cases like misdemeanors and felonies. The lawyers at Michael Ewetuga’s law office could also help with the arraignment of a person. On the webpage, the lawyers also defined the meaning of important terms to help the reader understand what they may be accused of.
If the visitor also clicked on immigration laws, they would find the definition of the words bail, citizenship, and deportation. On the webpage, you would be able to read about how Michael Ewetuga and his team may be able to help people with immigration law matters. They said that they would be able to work with the client on issues regarding green cards, political asylum, and other important immigration and naturalization issues.
The lawyer said on the webpage that the standard immigration laws could be complex and difficult for a non-lawyer to understand. Michael Ewetuga and his team promised to explain all the details to them and make sure they translate immigration laws and policies as well as interpret them so that the client may understand better.
About Michael Ewetuga
Michael Ewetuga was from Nigeria, West Africa. He was fascinated with lawyers and law when he was about 3 years old, according to an article he wrote. Their house was very close to the courthouse, which is the High Court of Lagos State, and the lawyers there patronized his mom so he was able to visit the courthouse every day.
He said in this article that lawyers in Nigeria at his time still dressed like their British Counterparts which he found very fascinating. When he saw how people were mercilessly oppressed and brutalized, he thought that becoming a lawyer was the best way to protect himself and the others around him. He was licensed as a lawyer in Nigeria in 1995 and worked as a Barrister and Solicitor.
He moved to the United States in 2003 and worked in other fields before being licensed in 2006. He set up an immigration practice in Dallas, Texas shortly after he was licensed before moving to Washington in 2007. He then worked as a contract attorney in the Pierce County Department of Assigned Counsel in 2008. After that, he worked with the Law Offices of Wickens Oliver, P.S., also as a Contract Attorney, and went into solo practice in 2009.