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He listened well at what I presented to him. He did his best at negotiations. I felt that I was represented responsibly. I would highly recommend to anyone who has a legal issue.
I went to mr. John Garey on a previous matter regarding a serious crime that I've been up against for many months now. While acquiring information from him he was very much to say the least impervious, listless, deattached procsecuter now an attorney I have met. Very cocky about his pride and knowledge within his law experience, less to mention his arrogance within himself and the innocent people who come looking for a proper yet respectable, hard working, determined council who is going to do there job as an attorney correct. With that I'd say I would NOT recommend mr, John Garey to ANY family, friends nor innocent people like I who are looking for the right representation. John Garey is none less willingly up for the battle of the case you come in with but more for and about the money.
I was impressed with the outcome of my case. The one charge I was most concerned about was greatly reduced. I would recommend Mr Garey to anyone that requires a great negotiator. My only concern was not calling me as he said he would.
I have seen many lawyer and no question this one is the best. I have watch many cases. He win almost all of his. So john being the winner of the best 100 trial lawyer is justify. We had a difficult case and very serious case. Do to his argument skills we got the case thrown out. I was watching another case of his, he got attended murder drop. Remember these are serious cases. So if you need best presentation. John is the best in his class. He takes every case very personal as it was his war.
As a former "prosecutor" I think he is still working for the 'other side.' Mr Garey kept telling me what he would do differently "if he were prosecutor," but when it came time to stand up for me in the courtroom, I was left on my own with a dumbfounded, overpaid attorney.