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By: Eric F.
Atkinson Law Office, PLLC
Craig and his staff were great to work with. They handled all aspects of my case and made sure everything was taken care of in a timely fashion. I would highly recommend Craig to anyone looking for legal advice and expertise in the Boise area.
By: Bernhard P.
Atkinson Law Office, PLLC
Craig did an excellent job representing me. He was always professional, curtious and respectful. When I called he answered all my questions quickly and explained everything so I could understand what was happening with my case. Excellent lawyer.
By: Matt M.
Atkinson Law Office, PLLC
Craig did a great job representing me in my DUI case! He had everything done in a timely manner and took the stress out of the situation!
By: Patrick F.
Atkinson Law Office, PLLC
He got me through a really scary, and stressful time. I am thankful to him and his team. I would say if you end up in a bad situation they will have your back. Good job!
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By: Daryl R.
Atkinson Law Office, PLLC
I contacted Atkinson Law on a whim, I was not intending to use a lawyer. But after a brief phone call (That Craig himself answered) I was sold. I was totally blown away at the availability of Craig and his staff. They are very patient and willing to explain everything going on with your case. I even asked him about a family legal issue that he was able to provide some insight on. Thank you Craig and Dinko! I appreciate your hard work and awesome business practices.
By: Garrett T.
Atkinson Law Office, PLLC
I used Atkinson Law Office when I ran into trouble. He was attentive and knew what he was talking about. He made me very comfortable with the entire process and made things very easy for me.
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By: Dylan Y.
Atkinson Law Office, PLLC
When deciding on a lawyer for my dui, I chose craig. Nothing but great reviews so I felt it would be a good experience. Extremely happy with the service, Craig was nothing but thorough and patient, he made it easy to tackle a sticky situation. Highly suggest this lawyer for a dui case
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By: Thomas S.
Atkinson Law Office, PLLC
I highly recommend Craig Atkinson's legal services. After an internet search, I interviewed him the next day and found him to be knowledgeable and personable. He gave me a clear view of my circumstances and likely outcomes in court. I found his fees to be very reasonable and I feel very fortunate to have had his competent representation.
By: Erica C.
Atkinson Law Office, PLLC
I highly recommend Craig he really knows his legal stuff and really helped me feel at ease thru a tough time in my life.
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By: Sheri G.
Atkinson Law Office, PLLC
Craig was so helpful for my husband and I. We had never had any legal issues in Idaho and were at a complete loss. Craig responded promptly and got us in right away. Will not hesitate to recommend Atkinson Law Office to friends and family if they become in need of outstanding representation.
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