You get what you pay for....
I admit I screwed up and found myself facing multiple criminal charges. The first attorney I talked to wanted 10 grand and I balked on that and eneded up with Vincent at a liitle more than a 1/3 that price.
What a huge mistake.
I thought things were ok until the end and then it was obvious Vincent felt as if he had done enough for the price paid and he simplt stopped responding to my texts and emails.
Not only that but if I didn't know any better I would assume this was his first criminal case.
He didn't tell many pertinent things and everything he did tell me was incorrect.
Two of those things did end up in my favor, I got 3 years probation instead of the 5 he told me I would probably get and the 200 hours of community service turned out to be 180.
Everything else was a negative for me.
The suspension of my license, the inability to reclaim my property from the police and time in jail and were just a few of the items I was mislead on.
At the end he just stopped responding to me and asked that I talk to his paralegal Irene.
She was one of the rudest most condesending human beings I have ever dealt with.
IMO Vincent should settle on one aspect of law and do it well, instead he spreads himself thin and does a poor job.
I don't think Vincent is a bad person, just a bad lawyer.