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Evan Edward Pierce-Jones

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Review Evan Pierce-Jones
  • Criminal defence

    1.0 star

    Posted by Cody

    I would not recommend this lawyer to anyone. He does not want to help you. He used to be a prosecutor...and If you have this lawyer on your side he will be on the prosecutors side not yours. I had someone vandalizing my truck and I shot a warning shot at the ground....He got me 5 years probation and 3 thousand in fines and charged me 8 thousand dollars for his bad representing. He does not listen to your side of the facts...Had the hardest time getting informed about what was going on. He only wanted to talk through email. Tried calling him countless times and his secretary would always say he is busy and he would call me back. That never happened. He does not mind ruining peoples lives by not representing them right. I am in the oilfield for a state that is a oilfield state....they sure do know how to ruin your career with Evan pierce jones on the prosecutors side! Dont I repeat dont hire this lawyer.

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    Evan Edward Pierce-Jones’s response: “RESPONSE BY ATTORNEY: This defendant chose a to accept a plea bargain rather than go to trial. This man was kept informed by phone, e-mail, and by lengthy in person discussions as his case moved through the system. When he pleaded guilty, he expressed satisfaction with the representation he received. As to defense counsel being "on the side of the prosecutor", this is untrue. In this case, workplace horseplay got out of hand. Reportedly, when a co-worker became upset and dumped an ice chest onto this man's welding truck, the defendant responded by shooting his gun into the ground but in the general direction of the man who dumped the ice chest and another man. The grand jury charged the defendant with two cases of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. In Texas, that charge carries up to 20 years in prison and up to a $10,000.00 fine. The prosecutor's original offer was 8 years prison or 10 years of deferred adjudication AND in patient alcohol treatment and a total of $5,000.00 of fines. After getting the defendant's side of things, investigating, looking at the prosecutor's case, and researching the law, negotiations resulted in a plea to the less serious charge of deadly conduct, for 5 years deferred adjudication probation and a fine of $2,500.00 (rather than the $3,000.00 stated in the review, and half what was originally demanded by the prosecutor). That means if the defendant completes probation, he will not be found guilty of a crime at all out of this incident. And, both aggravated assault with a deadly weapon cases were dismissed. This was the result even after the court refused to suppress a statement given by the defendant after a contested and hard fought pre-trial hearing. Every case is different. Unfortunately, not every case ends in dismissal, and when a client chooses to accept a plea to a reduced charge rather than go to trial, the defense loses its leverage. Attorneys do not decide whether a client pleads. That choice is completely the client's to make. Sometimes it is a difficult choice, particularly when the choice to go to trial involves the risk of conviction of very serious charges.”
  • Breaking and Entry

    5.0 stars

    Posted by Venida

    Mr. Pierce-Jones responded to my question within 48 hours, and said he would direct my question
    to a Landlord-Tenant Attorney. I was really appreciative for this information!

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