|NJ||Administrative - Not authorized to practice||1987||12/27/2016|
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Posted by anonymous
Mr. Hyde's fees were inflated. He didn't deliver on his promises. He was often late for court proceedings and often asked for time extensions which were not cost effective for me. Unreliable and dishonest!
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