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By: Terry O.
Erwin Davis Law Firm
Mr. Davis is a genuine, caring, people person. He is understanding, thorough, and listens devoutly to the issues at hand. I have had to rely on him many times over, with legal matters and I know that he will give 100% to each and every issue. He is incredibly knowledgeable, and I completely trust him to represent me with any and all legal matter as they may arrize.
By: Courtney G.
Erwin Davis Law Firm
Mr. Davis is old school and he doesn't pay for a website or advertising or to move his name to the top of searches or push people to leave reviews so there's not much info online for him, he just relies on good old fashioned word of mouth from satisfied clients. Finding such a great lawyer is like finding a diamond in the rough. Check his reviews on other sites like Avvo.com(specifically the testimony from other lawyers in town), Lawyers.com, yellow pages and yahoo you will see that for SERIOUS legal issues, he is the best and possibly only real TRIAL lawyer in the area. I know many people who have had success with Erwin in criminal cases. He helped my husband and I tremendously. In Arkansas it is very difficult for a Father to get custody of his children in a custody battle, given the current legal landscape in which the Courts tend to assume that the Mother is always the more suitable parent. Despite this, Mr. Davis was able to help us achieve that goal and get my step-son into a safe environment. I know that Mr. Davis prefers criminal defense cases, and understand that he is exceptional in his main area of practice. However, we are living proof that he is also very knowledgeable and effective in civil and domestic situations as well. Thanks Mr. Davis, I don't know where we'd be if it hadn't been for your help!
By: Matthew D.
Erwin Davis Law Firm
I understand that many people Mr. Davis has helped over the years don’t want to post reviews online about their situation because they value their own privacy and people would prefer not to publicly discuss criminal charges they have faced. Most people are glad he has helped them put their legal troubles behind them, and just want to move on with their lives. Courtney’s comment here is correct, Erwin doesn’t not pay for any advertising or pressure clients to leave reviews like some lawyers do. That being the case, I just wanted to post some information here. From a very quick search through records I see that he has outright won (acquitted of all charges) 90% of his criminal trials in 2017. Of course, not all cases go to trial. A great many felony charges are dropped before going to trial because of his reputation as a great trial attorney. They'd rather make a good deal than put in all the work to prepare for trial against Mr. Davis. I have found that in the last five years he, as an individual, not a part of a large firm, has had over 150 felony charges dismissed or acquitted at or before trial. Furthermore, he has gotten many dismissals of trumped up Domestic Battery charges as well as repeatedly getting parole/probation revocation charges dismissed. I have no doubt that a more in-depth search would show that these numbers are even higher.
By: Don M.
Deborah Sexton Law Office
Five stars are not enough to express my appreciation for the work you and your staff have done to set up our trust and then bring it up -to-date as needed. It is a pleasure to work with you.
By: James L.
Law Firm of Todd Hertzberg
If you need help filing bankruptcy or a lawsuit against TCPA Robo Calls, I would highly recommend the Hertzberg Law Firm. Todd and his team handled the unique needs of our case with the utmost in efficiency, professionalism and attention to details. The Hertzberg Law Firm carefully guided my wife & I through the process and we are very satisfied with the results, Big thanks to Todd and his team!
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By: Susan E.
Arkansas Public Defender
well what I have noticed so far is that they go along with what ever the prosecuting attorney suggests, what a joke
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By: Nicole R.
Segers Law Offices
Very professional! Hard working group of ladies, I have referred many people to Gail and will continue to do so!
By: Lynn O.
Deborah Sexton Law Office
5 stars. All work was completed on time and explained in detail. I would highly recommend your firm.
By: Keith F.
Woodruff, Ronald G, JD
We believe there are angels living among us and Marti Woodruff is one of them. We had waited three years to adopt a baby. The agency we had been working with continued to charge us more and more money with no match or help. We were heart broken and had almost given up. Then we found Marti. She was and still is a miracle to us. We were matched with a beautiful and awesome baby boy. Our family has been so blessed because of Marti. We are thankful to God for her. If we could give her 10+ stars we would. God Bless!
By: Keith F.
Woodruff Law Firm
I believe there are angels walking among us and Marti Woodfuff is definitely one of them. We had waited 3 years to adopt a baby before we found Marti. The agency we had been working with continued to charge us more and more money but never did anything to match us. If it had not been for Marti we probably would have never been matched with a baby. Marti was an answered prayer and matched us with the most beautiful and awesome miracle with our little boy. If we could give Marti 10+ stars we would! God Bless Her!
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