Ajs Law in Wytheville, VA with Reviews - YP.com
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11/09/2015
By: Ryan T.
Jackson Thomas Tee M Iii
Wanted to express my appreciation toward this law firm. They were professional and helped explain the situation I was in AS WELL AS helped me conquer the situation. I am 100% satisfied and feel they were WONDERFUL. recommend this law firm especially if out of state.
12/10/2013
By: J.c. M.
C. Paul Stanley, Attorney at Law, P.C.
Was charged with Reckless Driving with personal+property damages. Mr. Stanley was responsive, empathetic, and personable in all my dealings with him leading up to trial, including both email and in-person meetings. Pre-trial he spoke with the deputy and prosecuting att'y, and kept me informed of progress. On the day of trial he gave me hope of a positive outcome, and my best hopes were realized when I was Nolle Prossed. Could not have received a better outcome!
02/13/2013
By: mark.litteral
Jackson Thomas Tee M Iii
This a one of the best law firms in the nation. They have served me and my family well for many years and still does so. Speedy service, honest, and very through. I recommend them for any case no matter how large or small, if you want to come out on top these are the folks to deal with!
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