This week, we spotlight a Bay area attorney who has handled some high profile cases. Recently, George Tragos has been in the national spotlight for using the Red Bull defense .
But it's not Red Bull this attorney has stocked in his refrigerator.
1.) What is your all time favorite movie or song?
My favorite is Casablanca, oh to be Humphrey Bogart. My favorite song is Amazing Grace.
2. Do you have a Smartphone? If so, what's your favorite app?
I have a Blackberry and only one app that I use, the weather app. which is weather.com
3. Who do you count as your mentor(s)?
My father, Pastor Richard Dortch, and Paul Miesner.
4. What was your very first job?
My first job was a dishwasher at my father's restuarant. Being Greek, if I had not become a lawyer or doctor, I would be running a restaurant today.
5. If you could change one thing about yourself what would it be?
It would be to live a healthier lifestyle. I need to eat better and exercise.
6. What do you consider your greatest success?
My greatest success is my family. My wife Demetria and the my three children, Louise, Gina and Peter and my two grandchildren George and Ethan.
7. Tell us something about you most people don't know?
I think the thing that most people don't know about me is that I am a really nice guy with a soft heart.
8. If you could have dinner with any three people, living or dead, who would they be?
Jesus Christ, Robert E. Lee and Abraham Lincoln.
9. What is in your fridge right now?
Coke Zero, greek yogurt, lowfat chocolate chip ice cream and left overs
10. If you could have a different career, other than what you're doing now, what would it be?
I always dreamed of being a General Manager of a Ritz Carlton Hotel. I would love the challenge of running the best hotel with the best restaurants serving the most people.
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