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Posted by Mark, a DUI client, Flag
From the time I walked in to the office until the time I left, Ms. Newberry kept a smile on her face. Her knowledge of law was evident and easily answered all of my questions. She kept me well informed throughout the legal process and was unfailingly courteous. I don't think I could have asked for better legal council,
Posted by Jamie, a DUI client, Flag
Ms. Newberry has helped with quite a few legal issues. The first was a violation of probation for my DUI. At court the only thing I asked for my Public Defender to do for me was have it to where i could work off my fines in court costs, which was accepted by the judge. When I reported to probation they had no record of this and when I was informed by my probation officer and public defender that there was nothing I could do I turned to Ms. Newberry for council. She met with the state attorney and I was then able to work off my fines in community service hours. Ms. Newberry kept me informed of what was going on the whole time and always got back to me when I had questions in a timely matter. They also violated me for probation when my scheduled counseling went longer then my probation through no fault of my own but the facility I was required to go to was backed up. Ms. Newberry was there to help me by telling me what documents to acquire for my hearing so I wouldnt get punished for the violation.
Most recently I had an incident occur where I felt that the law was not on my side. (Police officers) I felt powerless. But after meeting with Ms. Newberry shes made me feel like I can fight it. Shes very knowledgeable and passionate about her work and explains the laws to me in ways that I can understand them.
I would definitely recommend Ms. Newberry for council. She cares about her clients and makes you feel like you're a priority and not just another case number.