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07/29/2017
By: Brett B.
Gene Adams Attorney
This guy dirt bag! He wasn't even my lawyer. He makes threats and runs his mouth but still looses! So happy he represented my ex lol douch bag. Showed up in a wrinkled pin stripped suit and ran his mouth. Get a lawyer that actually knows the law and you will win every time!!
05/07/2015
By: Lauren C.
Hubert W Alexander Jr Atty At Law
Hubert is awesome!!!!! I owe my life to this man. He gracefully got my out of five felonies. With no jail time. He is awesome and I felt so comfortable and okay in his hands. He is not only the best lawyer in Arkansas he owns every courtroom he enters.
05/06/2015
By: Tabitha M.
Hubert W Alexander Jr Atty At Law
Hubert is amazing... I can't imagine anyone having any complaints, he has represented me a couple of times, an I have watched him literally own the court room.. His knowledge of the laws, speaks for itself, he got 1 of my cases thrown out, when I thought for if be found guilty, he is amazing. I have witnessed him get some of my closet friends out of the most difficult charges. I know without a doubt no matter what I will always use Hubert an only Hubert. He knows what he is doing. When he walks into a court room he is known an repeated, by judges an lawyers.. All I can say is he is the "Einstein" of the court room... He speaks his mind. An he is very confident. An he has every right to be. I know he threw a law out to the judge on my case that my judge had never even heard of. An the case was dismissed.. I know my entire family an all my closet friends will only trust Hubert in any court room... He just "amazing"
01/16/2015
By: Holly B.
Hubert W Alexander Jr Atty At Law
I don't know what the other 2 cases were about or for but the last 8 years our family has used him & he is pricey but certainly did exactly as he said he would & everyone walked away. He was great.
04/04/2014
By: Matthew B.
Hubert W Alexander Jr Atty At Law
Hubert is extremely rude and treated me and my mother like crap. Kept calling me a liar, and my mom a complainer when she had questions to clarify things. Like Chris said he's worthless. Says one thing then the next week at court its something different. I paid 5,000 for him to represent me in court and 4 out of 5 times he sent his son Christian instead (he's nice but isn't legitimate enough). DON'T USE HUBERT. He's all talk and doesn't really want to help you.
06/09/2012
By: greeneyedgirli
Friedman Law Firm PLLC
Hired Vaughn for a disability case. Never answered or returned phone calls, lied repeatedly, didn't do anything on my case, had to fire.
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