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11/15/2016
By: Dalton J.
Trenton Municipal Courts
Been on hold for 55 minutes to tell them to stop sending notices to my address for a person who rented prior to me. What in the world
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05/06/2016
By: Jessica M.
Robin Kay Lord ESQ
This lady robin is very rude has no respect for family members! She also does not do as the clients ask! She will treat your loved ones like crap! She also lies she got my man 5 years and called his mom and said she got him 2! Than had AA BAIL BONDS blackmail us over a bail that was being paid weekly! She is nooooo good!
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04/01/2016
By: Angel D.
Trenton Municipal Courts
10 minutes waiting to verify a payment. When they finally answer they give and attitude for any questions you may have
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08/31/2015
By: Martha O.
Mercer County Superior Court
They're the worse court when it comes to child and parents rights. My ex wife kidnap my kids and they don't care. Been without seen them for over a year and because I don't have money to hired a lawyer my kids and I have to suffer for not seen one another. I won't recommend this court to anyone.
11/11/2013
By: Matthew T.
New Jersey Divorce Attorneys
Great Attorneys! Straight forward, honest and affordable...On top of that....pitbulls in the courtroom! These guys get the job done!
11/03/2012
By: judy.fazzolarifraliamantello
Governor Hon Chris Christie
Dear Governor,Although I am a Democrat, President Obama has to go. WHY DID YOU PRAISE HIM?? ARE YOU PISSED YOU ARE NOT THE V.P. PICK?? IF OBAMA WINS GOVERNOR, IT WILL BE ALL ON YOU. I have alot of family that will now vote for Obama because YOU, a REPUBLICAN PRAISED OBAMA. WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU TRYING TO DO??? AMERICA IS IN DANGER WITH OBAMA AS PRESIDENT.PLEASE SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR ROMNEY BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE!!!Judy in Oregon
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