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By: Mario W.
Law Offices of Bo Schimers and Associates
I had Bo for a DUI hearing.I had a previous attorney Lippitt and told me to lie and I would get my license back he caused me so much aggrevation I thought I would never get it I was referred to Bo Schimers by Sherry Barron what an excellant choice he was very professional and reasonable I have a restricted license now for 1 year Thank You, Bo Schimers for the professional and courteous work you have done for me to turn my life around
By: Steve S.
Law Offices of Bo Schimers and Associates
Do not go to this lawyer,he is dishonest,he will take your money and do as little as humanly possible.He lied to me,then tried to get even more money fro. me when I say.....RUN! !! I WILL NEVER RECOMMEND HIM TO ANYONE FOR ANY REASON (event if they just want to waste money ) bad rep downriver,wish I would have researched better.
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By: Megan E.
Law Offices of Bo Schimers and Associates
Bo went above and beyond the call of duty. I am writing this review for my brother. Bo just represented him in a case of Man going to marry girlfriend that already has a child and Man puts name on childs birth cert. because he would be the only one she really knew. Girl calls off wedding and gets pregnant by someone else and then comes after Man for child support TWICE and never showed up to court or for tests. Thank you Bo for helping the good guy win...
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By: yellowmaureen
Babut Law Offices PLLC
Bill Babut and his team are very experienced and friendly. I will tell my friends and family about their great services
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