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Mr. Taylor every time I went to court he was very prepared, definitely knowledgeable about the law and anyone who gets him as your attorney should be blessed. When the prosecutor filed wrong he knew right there and had my case dismissed, the prosecutor tried to refile and again My Taylor got it dismissed. My family and I have never been so pleased about an attorney as I am with this man. Prior to him I hired an attorney and that attorney just wanted me to take a plea Mr. Taylor saw my case and told me to do no such thing and fought for me the whole way.
Chris Taylor is one of the most responsible, trustworthy, and truly cares about his clients and his families. He handled a difficult case for me and when I said "I was not guilty", he proved that the police was lying and the case had to be dismissed. He saved me from missing the most important time with my new born baby. He's the very best lawyer and I highly recommend Mr. Taylor and his firm.
A legal defense group I coordinate interviewed and decided to hire Chris' former law partner to defend a disabled client, the law partner (who we wanted to work with) left his practice and Chris ended up with the case entirely. We couldn't have been more disappointed, from the start - Chris failed to file a notice to appear motion and failed to appear at the alternate pretrial, resulting in a warrant and fine on the client. Chris Taylor failed to present any evidence for trial or present a witness list, aside from mtg. with the client and rolling his eyes at him, he did ZERO work on this case, less that one would expect from even a public defender - let alone a private attorney you've paid thousands of community raised dollars too. He refused to act on the wishes of his client, more so Chris Taylor is quite rude, snotty is an factual description, he had unbelievably bad client specific social skills. The client had to fire Chris Taylor and we had to raise yet more money to hire a new attorney.