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05/02/2017
By: Gina B.
Raymond A Raya
I used Ray Raya for a DUI case. I was given his name from a very reputable source .Mr Raya did an amazing job pointing out to the court possible errors or inconsistencies that may have occurred during or with the DUI protocol or standard the evening I was presented with the DUI ticket ...He was professional, thoughtful and clearly very knowledgeable. Of course we always hope our attorneys are knowledgeable, it does seem those things can differ with individual attorneys . Overall Mr Raya presented a consideration to the court regarding my case that was convincing and reasonable to the court. I was treated fairly by the judge and court due completely to Mr Rayas handling and presentation of certain occurrences and events of my DUI ticketing . I can and will reccomend Mr Raya to any person finding themselves in the unfortunate situation of facing a DUI conviction.
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03/06/2016
By: Marcus G.
Michael Chazen
*****FIVE STARS***** and first class for lawyer michael chazen is my overall rating. This is a lawyer that I am easily giving 5 stars to. He saved me on 2 cases that I had in ocean county that could have put me in jail. Lucky that I had him represented me for both cases.
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01/27/2016
By: Robert S.
Michael Chazen
This is the finest criminal defense lawyer in New Jersey. He got me out of a jam by doing everything he could to get the case dismissed, and that was after my first lawyer told me that could not be done for me. Yet Michael Chazen did it. This is the lawyer that you want when you are up against felony criminal charges and I will always recommend and refer him to anyone who has a criminal case in NJ. He gets results and that is what mattered most to me so I give him 5 stars in this review because he is first class.
11/24/2013
By: daffybroncofan
Weiner Barry
Makes legal issues as simple to deal with as possible. I've asked for help with several legal matters. The quality of service in finding solutions is why I pick this lawyer. A good choice as a lawyer every time!
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