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Jason Alan Cameron

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Criminal defense Attorney at Oviedo, FL

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  • Licensed for 20 years
    State FL
    Acquired 2003
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Jason Alan Cameron
2039 Notwen Ln
Oviedo, FL, 32765-6539

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Posted by Alex | July 18, 2023
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The Best!
If you’re looking for the Best Dui Lawyer look no further!!! Jason went above and beyond to make sure we got the verdict we wanted. Fair prices for his services. Extremely knowledgeable on the law, and works diligently in his field of work. Very impressed with the turn out of the situation. Jason keeps your best interest in mind, and doesn’t cut any corners on getting the job done.
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Posted by Kevin | June 25, 2023
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Great DUI DEFENSE ATTORNEY
Jason’s time is worth every penny spent! Great pricing & even better Legal Results! He took his time to use every legal source available to make sure we got the verdict we both wanted in my case! His skills are on point! Don’t doubt to hire this man! He’s very knowledgeable! & fair with his pricing!
Posted by Michael | May 15, 2023
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Best lawyer at any price!!
It's really too bad I only get 4000 characters to write this review because I could pen a novel on what this dude did for me. Here's a short version: I got into trouble in Daytona beach in 2021 and was introduced through another attorney, Jason Cameron came to meet me at the jail and listened to my version of events, took his notes, and laid out what he expected to be the course of action on the prosecutions angle, said not to worry about it he'd be in touch as he said goodbye and set about what he does...went to work. After our preliminary meeting he just kind of drops off, disappears, and as weeks go by I'm starting to think "oh man, did I pick the wrong guy", he popped in to the jail the day before our next hearing and told me a little of what he'd been doing in the case and what to expect in the coming hearing and, again, not to worry. The next morning this guy walks in the courtroom with a stack of paper about 4 inches thick and when he gets up to speak spends the first half hour walking a circuit, peeling off a piece of paper and turning to the state's attorney, "this is for you" and your honor may I approach the bench?", repeating this, going round and round until dispensing that whole stack . I don't know what the prep time was but this guy spent hours just establishing what were to be the rules of play if we're moving forward, almost like "okay if we're really going to do this, then you're going to have to do it clean", we were, they didn't, and he was ready. At every little detour and speed bump, and there were plenty, a week before jury selection they actually shipped me off to another county in attempts to get me to plea to violating probation before I'd been convicted of the charge causing the violation, then when I wouldn't they left me there to sit through several more months missing court hearings and to just stew. Upon my return to Volusia and meeting with Jason the morning of jury selection he gave me a small crash course on picking a jury and then asks for my input, if you see something about someone that catches your eye , let me know. I tried to be kind of hands off because what do I know about all this, "I'll defer to your better judgement", he wouldn't go for that, as much as he's the pro here, he still encouraged every input through the whole show. On the day of trial, when the state's attorneys office brought in four more attorneys to help with prosecution, for defense there was Jason. I think its really important to note too, that through this entire series, that never once did he intimate that we could lose this thing. There was one option here, no "if we" or "we might" win, just "when we win", he was on task and charging straight ahead. Now, make no mistake I don't want to distort his character or demeanor, there's no arrogance or pretension. This dudes not like that, there's right and wrong and Jason standing slap between the two. From day one, he sat and really listened to what I had to say taking what I said while comparing it to the documents against me, taking his inferences from all of it and plotting his course. I was found not guilty by a jury after 13 hours sitting in a chair watching a team of people attempt to weave a story where there wasn't one, simply because the win was more important than the truth, and there's not a doubt in my mind that if I hadn't had Jason representing me I'd be in prison today! In a time where so many attorneys are "cookie-cutter", going through the motions, and "I'll get ya the best deal I can", Jason Cameron does not come from, doesn't fit that mold. This guy is a credit to his craft, he's not looking to get you a deal and move on to the next client, when he tells you he works for you he does just that. He worked his a** off defending this case and I couldn't have gotten a more desirable outcome with anyone else whatever their rate.
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  • University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law
  • JD - Juris Doctor
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Jason Alan Cameron
Criminal defense Attorney
Oviedo, FL
Licensed for 20 years