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Posted by Tammie,
Mr. Reed - Words cannot express how greatful I am to have had him as an attorney. He worked hard and went over and above to help get me the best out come in my case. It was a pleasure to have him as my attorney. I would recommend him to everyone.
Posted by a Criminal Defense client,
I was impressed with how quickly Mr Reed came to see me at the jail once he was hired by a family member. He was committed from the very beginning, was very comforting, knowledgeable, up front and honest from the get go. Mr Reed believed in my case and knew I did not belong in jail and that I was not adjusting well at all. He told me at our first visit that he would get me in court within the next week and he did! And had me released on that same day I went to court. This was the worst experience of my life. I was scared to death but just having such a competent, caring attorney made all the difference in the world. I would recommend Brad Reed to anyone facing criminal charges. I was beyond satisfied with his services. More importantly, Mr Reed treats his clients with complete respect.
Posted by Shane, a Criminal Defense client,
In 2008, my then-girlfriend was charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault, and aggravated battery. She is black and the "alleged" victim was white. My girl claimed self-defense, but the police detectives and state prosecutors were not hearing it. The state felt that it case was so strong that the final plea offered on the day of trial was 20 years-serve10 at 65% parole eligibility, with a threat of 60 years upon a guilty verdict. Brad meticulously and methodically destroyed the integrity of the police investigation, smashed the credibility of each and every one of the state's witnesses, and summed up his case in closing arguments so effectively that the trial judge angrily asked why the State had not charged the "victim" rather than my girl. Quite naturally, the jury acquitted, and my then-girlfriend went home to her family and resumed her career ... with a renewed faith in the justice system and the highest praises for the best lawyer in America. If you ever want to see a real-life "Matlock" or "Perry Mason" in action, sit in a courtroom on one of Brad's cases. He is truly amazing!