Tim Sutherland embodies the fiercely competitive state of his birth, and like that... more
Tim Sutherland embodies the fiercely competitive state of his birth, and like that state, he hates to lose. Born in San Antonio, Texas, Tim was raised to believe that every problem has a solution; it just needs to be found. The legal experience Tim has gathered over the previous few years, combined with his natural determination and enthusiasm, makes him an ideal yet unusual attorney. ... view profile
I began the firm in 1996. Initially a solo practitioner, I've worked tirelessly to... more
I began the firm in 1996. Initially a solo practitioner, I've worked tirelessly to protectclients rights and assert their positions in complex litigation. Iselected the location of the office carefully, ensuring close contact with the community we serve. The team at Jardine Law shares her commitment to client and community, ensuring that all clients experience a sense of team commitment... view profile
Over a decade of legal experience! Make the smart move and hire a former active duty... more
Over a decade of legal experience! Make the smart move and hire a former active duty Army Defense Judge Advocate, former Army Prosecutor, and former Army Magistrate (reviewing evidence, making probable cause search/seizure determinations, judging hearings and determinations on pre-trial confinement, etc.) and Administrative Law Attorney and combat veteran! Litigation is what I do, and negotia... view profile
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