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I used Mr. Warren for a white collar crime in Harris County. I was charged what I consider a very large fee (7500.00) he did not take the time to really listen or understand the case against me, he only tried to get a plea as quickly as possible to move on to the next client. He also told me that I could request a reduction in my probation after I had finished 1/2 the term, when I contacted him in regards to this after 1 year he never would set up a time to meet with me to pursue this. When I contacted him regarding information that I had obtained from the court clerk that I could send a letter of contrition and request for reduction in time, he said to send him the letter and he would review it, I did just that and never heard back from him. Needless to say I am continuing to serve the 2 years I am almost through, but will obviously have to hire another attorney to start the process of expungement. I do not feel that he has his clients best interest at heart, I don't think he cares at all for the individual, and is in it for the money alone.
Due to the fact that I had Mr. Warren as a "pro bono case" I believe he preformed subaverage. While I do believe in his confidence and skills, I'm upset because I don't believe that he had my best interest at heart. I had confided in him some relevant information to my case, (that no one knew), and all of a sudden the defense knew! go figure! my best choice, was to take a plea bargain, (which everyone acted like was great), but I believe I would have gotten a better deal had I paid cold hard cash for his service.( I talked to other lawyers that had told me for a "nominal" fee, I could have the case dismissed.) I hate to say it, but I've seen "pro bono lawyers" that actually cared about their clients, I just don't belive Mr. Warren is one of them. hmmm...Money talks!....you know the rest.