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Keith Robert Hall

Keith Hall’s Client Reviews

     3.5 stars 3 total

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  • 5.0 stars

    Posted by a client

    I don't usually write reviews, but...

    I would imagine that most people who hire a criminal lawyer are a little hesitant to write a review, but I really appreciated what Keith and his team were able to do for my son, and so here it goes. My son is far from perfect, but I love him as only a mother can. He made a big mistake, the sexual kind. When he was arrested we did not know where to turn, my husband and I had never hired a lawyer, other than for business matters. Our company attorney referred us to Keith's firm, since they specialize in sex cases. I am so glad he did, as Keith was able to keep my son from going to prison. My son got the counseling that he deserved, and probation. He never even went to jail. Our family really appreciates Keith's hard work on our case. In addition to the legal work, Keith is a great listener, and really took the time to get to know my son. All in all, we could not have asked for more, during this difficult time.

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  • 1.0 star

    Posted by Andrew Toombs

    This is my Experience from a US Veteran Point of View

    This Attorney with his law group totally did nothing that I myself in law library could have not have formulated. Very Needless individual. Mr Hall's last remarks to me were

    "Your Momma gots money..." then his facial expression went blank as he took off to his high price Mercedes /AMG that i am sure my family's money went to pay for.

    I drive a Honda hybrid to save our country gas and money. Chose wisely. I don't understand why James Newton would stand for this person.

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    Keith Robert Hall’s response: “Mr. Toombs approached me several months ago, in the parking lot of the Fife Municipal Court, and asked me to defend him in his latest criminal case. I told him I would be happy to meet with him and discuss the fees at my office, at which time he informed me that he "had no money". The last time I represented Mr. Toombs was in 2008, and his mother paid my firm's legal fees. He told me that he would not be having his mother pay again. I wished him a good day and went into court to handle the matter I was present for. I assume that Mr. Toombs is angry because I did not represent him for free, and my guess is that his mother no longer wishes to pay his legal fees. I was able to get his last Reckless Driving case dismissed at trial, and anyone who wishes to can look up case #C00643793 in the King County District Court - Burien Division, to see the results. It was not a simple matter and the case went on from May of 2008 to June of 2009. Mr. Toombs was originally represented by public defenders from May to September of 2009, at which time I took over the case. Since that case, Mr. Toombs has had numerous other cases in which I did not represent him, but other lawyers of the firm I was employed at did. These include assaults on Lakewood police officers, and well as various other felony and misdemeanor charges. Mr. Toombs has some mental health issues that are exacerbated by his continued consumption of various cough syrups. At one point the office I worked at had to call an ambulance to retrieve Mr. Toombs, since he had consumed cough syrup and was talking to an imaginary cat in a tree in the parking lot. I wish Mr. Toombs the best, and can assure anyone reading his review that I have the ultimate respect for the service members of our armed forces, and even offer military discounts to those on active duty.”
  • 5.0 stars

    Posted by Paul

    Don't try to represent yourself! It pays to hire the right attorney.

    I was in a one car accident in early December – I took a wrong turned, overcorrected and ended up going up an embankment and flipping my truck. The WA State Patrol responded, I was transported to the hospital and subsequently arrested for DUI because, while on a backboard being wheeled into the ER the trooper as me if I would take a blow test and I said "not right now"... I was on a stretcher and could barely breathe! Apparently, if you refuse to blow no matter the circumstances you are arrested AND you automatically lose your license for a year! For the sake of argument, I blew a the blood tests showed .8.

    Enter Keith Hall at Jim Newton Law who I hired to represent me a few weeks. We entered a plea of not guilty and he worked with the prosecutor to have the charges “reduced” to reckless driving. Because I did refuse to blow, the DOL is still mandating that I have an ignition interlock device in my car for a year – AND I have to pay for high risk insurance which I couldn’t get through the carrier I had been with for two decades. This is DOL and it's mandatory because I didn't blow while on the stretcher! Bottom line, if you are asked to blow - just do it! Not blowing is the only way your license can be suspended automatically. Had I said yes, the results could have saved me a lot of money!

    I was initially wanting to represent myself but was strongly encouraged to hire an attorney and am thankful I did. Keith did a great job representing me. I recommend Jim Newton Law if you're charged with a DIU

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