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|Compliance Research Analyst||M&T Bank||2017 - Present|
|Owner||Cleckner LLC||2008 - 2017|
|Partner||a Bethesda law firm||2007 - 2008|
|Associate||a Bethesda law firm||2006 - 2007|
|Syracuse University College of Law||Criminal Law||Juris Doctor||2005|
|University of Missouri, St. Louis||Criminology||Bachelor of Science||2002|
Posted by Michael Moore
Working is Mr. Cleckner was excellent! He provided thorough information on what I needed to do in order to take care of both of my cases. He additional consulted with me well over the phone and in person when ever i needed. In the end he was able to get one of my cases dismissed, and the lowest/ fairest charges on my other case and a extremely low and fair price. I highly recommend Mr. Cleckner to anyone is in need of help and legal advice within the Maryland and DC area.
Posted by Nina
Jason Cleckner is as wonderful an attorney as well as a kind and caring person. His patience and ability far supassed anyone else I have known in his line of work. My case was dismissed due to mishandling on the part of the police. I will always be most grateful.
Posted by anonymous
Mr. Cleckner is ABSOLUTELY amazing and reasonable in his rates. Background: I was stopped at a sobriety checkpoint during a major holiday weekend, and was asked to consent to a field sobriety test, which I did. Upon being informed that there was suspicion that I was under the influence (which I truly wasn't) because I did not pass the field sobriety test, I was asked to consent to a breathalyzer. Afraid due to never having encounters with law enforcement, I became scared and asked if I needed a lawyer, and the consequences of if I did or did not consent. I was informed by officers that my questions was interpreted as a refusal to consent to a breathalyzer, although I stated that I was willing to do it. I was arrested and taken to the police station. I consented to a breathalyzer at the station and I was informed that the reading was .06, which was shocking to me. The very next day, I consulted with a few lawyers, over the phone, and most of the lawyers were trying to charge me over a thousand dollars. I also consulted with a lawyer in person, who personally knew the officers that I had interacted with, and who actually discovered that the BAC reading, based on the actual printout that I was quoted by the officer who administered the breathalyzer was actually WRONG and that I actually breathed a .006 which is consistent with freshly rinsing with mouthwash and indicative of me basically not having any alcohol in my system. However, this particularly lawyer was still trying to charge a ridiculous fee for seemingly simple case because he would be able to get the case thrown out due to having ties to the officer. When I provided Mr. Cleckner with this information regarding the near 0.00 BAC, he CONFIDENTLY expressed how he would pursue this case AND presented me with a VERY REASONABLE price. He quickly worked on my behalf and within a few short weeks, my case was dismissed and he assisted me in filing the expungement paperwork. I am impressed with the immediacy in which he handled this case and the support that he provided along the way. Mr. Cleckner kept me in the loop about everything he was doing and the outcomes. I would recommend him to ANYONE, and I appreciated his honesty and even advisement about what to do in future situations.