5.0 stars 48 totalReview Kimberly Frye
Posted by anonymous
I wanted to fight all charges - DUI, Reckless Driving, Failure to Obey a Traffic Device.
Kim brought reason to me. I wound up pleading to Failure to obey traffic device. The other charges were not prosecuted. And even the traffic light was done with an Alford Plea, meaning in my guilty plea, I asserted innocence, but the admitted that evidence would likely result in me being found guilty -- there was a video after all.
I was still made about not fighting it for a few months, but recently realized the lack of prosecution of the DUI has probably allowed me to stay on my career track.
Thanks for your representation, and counsel.
As an attorney with me as a client, I would probably fought it at trial, as would have one of the other attorneys I consulted with. You removed the risk of trial, and made it go it away.
Posted by Louis Mark Hoerrner
We contacted via email initially. After it went unanswered, we called and asked for a consult, but the receptionist told us she didn't think the attorney worked in the county of the offense and said she'd get back to us. She never did. I assume, based on the ratings, that the attorney is top notch.
Posted by Charlotte
We hired Kim for a criminal traffic violation that, if convicted, would have caused my son his job. It was an injustice that involved an officer covering for another officer. We were told by another attorney that Kim was the lawyer that wasn't afraid to face off against the Cobb County Police Department. She did a great, investigative job and charges were dropped. Her rates were comparable with other attorneys in the area. I highly recommend her and wouldn't hesitate to hire her again if the need arises. She's a no nonesense, take charge attorney.
Posted by Steve
In late 2014, I was falsely accused of "internet stalking" by posting facts and my opinions on my private social media profile. It turned out my ex had a common acquaintance, masquerading as a friend, spying on my social media page.
I had no idea that simply posting facts, like sharing news articles online and my clearly stated opinions on the behaviors outlined in the articles, could result in potential legal action under the newly passed GA laws.
While it was a civil charge, these cases, in Georgia, are filed under Family Violence and can include measures such as temporary restraining orders. An unjust conviction could have resulted in my inability to renew my concealed weapons permit or even to shop in my local grocery store for fear of accidentally coming in close proximity of the accuser while simply getting a gallon of milk. They also threatened to restrict my freedom of speech and would show up in any future job interview background checks.
As a single father of three, I was concerned over these charges and the potential impact that they could have on both my children and myself.
Kim interviewed me, gathered needed evidence, such as the posts in question, and put my mind at rest that we would prevail.
When our day in court arrived, Kim quickly showed that I had not named anyone specifically in my posts and that my First Amendment Rights were protected.
Under tough cross examination, Kim got my accuser to admit under oath to the related behaviors I found objectionable (they had also been threatening $50,000 civil lawsuit for slander which "evaporated" as soon as she made the admission).
Kim cited the relevant case law, including at the time some higher court rulings that had just been handed down in cases similar to mine.
It took the judge about 2 minutes to declare that my accusers had "failed to meet their burden" and that all charges against me were "dismissed".
If you are looking for an experienced, thorough, and tough attorney to represent you in metro Atlanta, you have found her!
The only reason I only gave her "5 stars", is that they didn't have a HIGHER rating.
Posted by Barry
My 17yo son was charged with drug and alcohol related charges while on school campus. My first thought was to simply let my son stand before the judge without representation and accept responsibility for his actions. After deciding to hire an attorney with the hopes I could protect his future by getting him a first time offender status I looked up attorneys on the web. It was a crap shoot, any one of them would have taken his money and I had no idea who would be good for him.
Kim Frye was recommended to me by a friend and I couldn't be happier. During our first meeting Ms. Frye took a special interest in my son and recognized immediately that he needed help beyond the recent legal trouble he got into. She searched for the name of a counselor that she specifically wanted my son to see because he specialized in adolescent drug and alcohol abuse. That recommendation led us to put my son into an inpatient rehab facility for 60 days because my son was addicted to drugs and alcohol, something we could not see or accept prior to all this. Ms. Frye also advised my son of things he should accomplish after rehab such as community service. Once everything was completed and given my son's continuous attendance at AA meetings following rehab Ms. Frye was able to negotiate a dismissal of charges. I do not know of the legal challenges incurred but I do know the end results were exceptional.
I recommend her practice with enthusiasm.
Posted by David
Kim was thorough in her preparation, relentless in her defense of my case, brilliant in her courtroom strategies, sensitive to the needs of my family in this time of stress, and masterful in her presentation of my defense. The truth was heard, the jury verdict was "Not Guilty" on all charges, and my case was resolved satisfactorily. I give Kim my highest recommendation. She is a true and caring professional with an unmatched commitment to defending her clients. I have nothing but positive comments and accolades for Kim, and would recommend her, without reservation, to anyone in need of criminal defense. Quite simply, she is one of the very best in her profession.
Posted by Renate
Thank you for all the hard work you and your staff graciously provided. You made a difficult situation very easy. Thank you for looking out for my best interest. I will definitely recommend you to friends and family or whoever may need an awesome lawyer.
Posted by McKenzie
Kim Frye was an EXCELLENT attorney. She went above & beyond "the call of duty." She put so much time, thought, & effort into my case. She was also caring & extremely supportive. I recommend her to anyone in need of an attorney! Kim loves her job, does it well, & gets the job done. There aren't words to express how greatful I am to have found Kim Frye, she changed my life for the best. I couldn't have found a better attorney if I had a million dollars to spend on one! I recommend Kim to ANYONE in need of an attorney. Kim will get the job done & you will leave that Court Room one HAPPY camper! : )
Posted by Vicky
Ms. Frye does not play around. She's very tough! You can count on her to do what she says. I felt like she truly had my back through the entire process. She's experienced, smart and serious about her profession. She is very well liked and respected in the court room. It was like watching bad-ass sunshine walk through those doors today.
She negotiated the best possible outcome for my case! I highly recommend her!
Posted by anonymous
I received Ms. Frye's name from a co-worker. She highly recommended her and suggested I check with her on my son's situation.
Ms. Frye had a lot of expertise with clients that have a mental illness. She had previously worked with the local NAMI group, which let me know she cares and understands about those with mental illness. She had been involved with different levels of our situation prior and informed us of how the system usually works, since we had not been involved in legal issues before. It helped to know she "gets it" when it comes to mental illness, which the system does not.
She kept my son informed as each step progressed because he was the client, that is why I was not always up to date on every detail. I really appreciated her help and approach.