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Naesha A. Leys

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  1. Hard working knowledgeable attorney!

    Posted by Kara, a Criminal Defense client,
    Overall rating
     Excellent
    Trustworthy
     Excellent
    Responsive
     Excellent
    Knowledgeable
     Excellent
    Kept me informed
     Excellent
    • I recommend Naesha Leys.
    • I hired Naesha 1-3 years ago.
    • Naesha handled my Criminal Defense matter.
    • I have previously worked with 3-5 lawyers.

    I have hired Ms. Leys now three different occasions. I have referred her to anyone inquiring on an attorney. She is honest and fair with her rates. She has always worked very hard for me as a client regardless on how simple or difficult the case may be. I have to say she is Top Notch!!! Should you have any questions do not hesitate to ask! Client since 2002!

  2. Does not put much effort into case preparation

    Posted by a Sexual Harassment client,
    Overall rating
     Fair
    Trustworthy
     Fair
    Responsive
     Poor
    Knowledgeable
     Fair
    Kept me informed
     Average
    • I do not recommend Naesha Leys.
    • I hired Naesha more than 3 years ago.
    • Naesha handled my Sexual Harassment matter.
    • I have previously worked with 1-2 lawyers.

    Ms. Leys did make telephone contact with me in advance of the case on two occasions to collect information on possible witnesses and details of the case. She was not effective, however, in subpoenaing evidence from social networking websites and chat program operators. As the client, I did the majority of the prep work, as she was "too busy" to do so. In jury selection, she failed to eliminate those who were biased against my religion, and she also failed to ask the judge, also biased against my religion, to recuse himself. When he scheduled the trial on a high holy day, she failed to object or ask for a different date on my behalf. She also left the courtroom partway through the trial for another case, not returning, leaving me with no legal representation.