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Posted by Jim, a Criminal Defense client, Flag
I was arrested at home in the afternoon for DUI and Hit & Run following an accident that involved side-swiping a parked car at 5:30 a.m. that morning. By the time the cops showed up in the afternoon I'd had a couple drinks, so of course I tested positive for alcohol. At the time of the accident I had not yet been diagnosed with a serious health condition that caused me to have black-outs, and I was unaware that I had hit a car. In fact, when I first saw the damage to the fender of my own car I thought somebody else had hit my parked car. After being booked and released on the DUI arrest I became disoriented and was admitted to the hospital that same evening with life-threatening anemia. However, the district attorney didn't care about my health problem. The DA came after me hard. I was too ill to appear in court, too tired to argue and too sick to be able to defend myself. I thank God for sending Neal Sanders to fight for me in court and get my charges dismissed. As a former director at a major aeronautics company, I've worked with dozens of lawyers. Neal Sanders offers top-notch big-city-style criminal defense in a small-town venue. In my opinion you need go no further than Eureka, CA to find one of the finest criminal defense attorneys in the country.
Posted by Jesse, a Criminal Defense client, Flag
Neal resolved a 22 year old arrest warrant in my favor . With all witness deceased and most records destroyed. He was recommended by a highly respected real estate broker and 2 local real estate lawyers. Neal was diligent in his research, knowledgeable in his preparation of my case. Very professional in every aspect. More than fair in his fee's. I would say that Neal is the best at his profession that I have had any connection. Thank you Neal.