The true mettle and grit of a lawyer is proven not at the outset of the job, but in the aftermath of the storm. Money cannot buy lawyers like Jason Kreiss. Six years ago, Jason worked on a case for me in which my livelihood was at stake. I was charged with a felony. I was a young adult at the time, and extremely petrified for my future. My well-being and happiness lay completely in the hands of Mr. Kreiss. The odds of my case were very much set against me. I spoke to Jason often on the phone even though I was out of state. That was when it became apparent that Jason has two sides to him—the pristinely skilled lawyer, and the human with a heart of gold. In Jason, each quality feeds off the other to result in the type of lawyer people mostly only dream of. Jason was dealing with huge cases at the time, and in perspective to these, my case could have been viewed as less severe, although it was devastating to my own life. Jason could have let me slip through the cracks—but he did not. Instead, he did the opposite. Although it was unprecedented at the time, he managed to get my felony dropped to a misdemeanor, which, he then managed to get completely expunged from my record. The proof is in the pudding. As if this were not super-human already, fast-forward six years to today. I recently encountered a new problem with extortion from my case six years ago. I was extremely distressed and perturbed. I had no idea where to turn since it had been over half a decade since my case had been settled. I picked up the phone after six years and called Jason. To my astonishment and utter relief, Jason came through immediately. He spoke to me on the phone, and solved the issue at hand as if no time had gone by at all. All this came from the goodness of his own heart and the pure commitment he has to the people he helps. And that, I must say, is rare. He is relentless, because he treats his clients like his own family. This is a man who truly cares, and who has the supreme skill and brain to go along with it. Few have the audacity and valor to keep fighting—but Jason is one of those very, very few. You are in safe-hands with this man. They just don’t make them like Jason Kreiss.