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09/19/2017
By: Oliver C.
Lopez Maria G
This attorney is like a monkey guarding the bananas. I would welcome anyone who is thinking about hiring this woman to give me a call so I can explain how she made sure I went to prison for something I did not do. I had evidence that proved that I was innocent and she wouldn't accept it. she has taken nothing but court appointed cases out of Potter and Randall county's for her whole life. She lied to me so much with so many different versions, even she couldn't keep up. This woman is quite possibly the worst attorney I've ever heard of.do not hesitate to call me 817.566.3031
08/28/2017
By: Laurie G.
Martindale Matthew C Attorney At Law
He sucked sent an innocent man to prison...i believe he works with DA so they can get convictions....DONT USE HIM
05/17/2017
By: Tammy S.
David L. Isern, Attorney at Law
I went to Mr. Bradley with a case I had and although he couldn't take the case he was so generous with his time, compassionate, and knowledgeable. His willingness to help me and guide me in the right direction was priceless. I so wish he could represent me, but I would highly recommend him to anyone. You would be lucky to have him.
10/21/2016
By: Barbara J.
Vaavia Edwards
Vaavia Edwards helped myself and my finance' in ways that still to this day leave us literally stunned. Vaavia Edwards possessed an intense and fierce behavior towards the oppositions depravity. Never have I witnessed such vigorously aggressive " no compromise " legal actions on people who really deserved it. This attorney rescued our children from a terrible situation which was made worse by lies of the oppositions family. Vaavia Edwards had an exceptional degree of success in my case. I would recommend her at the highest level without any reservation. I received no compensation for this endorsement
10/21/2016
By: Shaylee C.
Vaavia Edwards
best lawyer, did everything possible to go the extra mile, and really knows her stuff. I would recommend her to anyone
09/08/2016
By: Kristiana R.
Law Office Of Bridget O'Brien
Lost my daughter because I was being drilled by his attorney and she did nothing and hardly asked him anything. I didn't get to see her becauseit took her months to get the order to me and she gave me bad advice and got me in trouble. Worst attorney ever.
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09/02/2016
By: Janet echevarria B.
Stewart R Werner Atty
This lawyer took 6 weeks to complete paperwork. He gets paid by the hour and took his sweet little time.
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07/08/2015
By: Leslie S.
Sharpee Law Firm
Worthless. $23,000 later and he didn't even put up a fight. I fired him, hired someone else for $2,500, and at least walked away with a decent property settlement.
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06/25/2015
By: Sehrena D.
Lopez Maria G
Horrible attitude, she's not on your side when court appointed...would not recommend her
05/22/2015
By: Jim G.
Williamson, Paul H - Burdett Morgan Williamson Llp
Paul is a terrible lawyer. He is more concerned about racking up a large bill than serving his client. Stay clear - there are far better lawyers in Amarillo.
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