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Posted by Karen Lopopolo
I want to recommend Mr. Gregory Cassis to anyone who is caught speeding in Virginia. Last April 2013, my husband Jack got a ticket on I95 in Prince George, Va. He was going 100 mph in a 70 mph zone. While in Florida, I contacted Mr. Cassis from my smartphone as well as a few other lawyers listed on a website. The reason why I contracted Mr. Cassis is because he was the only lawyer who made me feel that he would fight the ticket for my husband and he made me feel at ease. He went to court on the day of the trial and the judge, who he almost convinced that Jack would not have to attend and just pay the ticket. Well, the judge said to him "No, I want him to appear in front of me in court". Jack had to appear on August 21st at 11:00 AM. So we had to travel back to Virginia from New York. I want you to know that every time we called Mr Cassis and left a message at his office, he got back to us as soon as possible to answer any question. Jack was so afraid he would face jail time and was very upset about it. He told uthe judge that Jack had a clean license and had taken a defensive driving class. His professional demenor at the trial was plenty enough to get off on just paying a fine and a six month supsension of him driving in Virginia. I would like to say again that I would recommend him highly to anyone facing a reckless driving ticket. Karen & Jack
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