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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Top100 Matrimonial and Family Lawyers||The National Advocates||2014|
|Best Lawyer 2013 Star News Reader's Poll||Chula Vista Star News||2013|
|Best Lawyer 2012 Reader's Poll||Chula Vista Star News||2012|
|Best Lawyer 2011 Star News Reader's Poll||Chula Vista Star News||2011|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|South Bay Bar Association||Vice President||2012 - Present|
|San Diego Bar Association||Board of Directors||2012 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Attorney Member||2006 - Present|
|Correa-Rivera v Holder||Appeal Granted. Immigration directed to reopen case.|
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|Forensic Psychology||Testifying Court for Forensic Experts||2015|
|Foothills Bar Association||Immigration Issues in Family Law||2015|
|Primetime with Taylor Baldwin||What to do if arrested in Mexico||2013|
Posted by anonymous
Ray is a good person overall. I hired him to defend me in a d.u.i. case. He was recommended to me by a high school friend whom he attended college with. I should of gone with my gut instinct and hired a previous attorney that was solely dedicated to traffic violations, but he was on vacation. Ray was more involved in other cases(understandable). And my case was nowhere close to being on his radar. I paid him up front in full. He never appeared in court but sent someone in his place. Going through the process I learned a few things about my case. Basically he left out to dry. I came to find out that the public defenders did a better job, and í hired Ray. I was out of work and he new icould not pay the fine. He told me that d.u.í. cases don't go to trial and he did just that. Took the plea deal which was awful. When í called him to appear in court with me to have the fine converted to community service(an appointment í had to set up with the court myself). He sent another lawyer in his place after he told me he would be there and his schedule was open that day. When í finally spoke with the attorney that I always went to concerning traffic violations. He took a look at my case. And from all the paperwork and police report. He told me Ray didn't aggressively seek the best deal for me. That he just allowed the D.A. go through the motions. And that's exactly what í got stuck with. Fortunately I got through the process and I'm done with the entire process. And I have my license back. Like i said Ray is a good person. He is someone you would invite over for dinner. He has a great personality. I only wish he would of just told me that his caseload was full and he could not take my case and recommended someone else. Instead of accepting my money and case.
Posted by anonymous
We only actually met Ray twice. We mostly dealt with his paralegal. When we did go to family court, Ray was late due to another case (understandable) but because of that, he didn't have much time to prepare. He kept calling my daughter a he and kept having the judge re-read the mediators report. After that, we get a surprise bill in the mail that said we ran out of money 3-4 months before that! Why weren't we notified when we actually ran out. In the end we agreed to part ways and that was that.
Posted by anonymous
My wife of over twenty years left me and I wasn't really in any condition to handle anything. A friend referred me to Ray. Initially I was skeptical because I don't really trust lawyers. Ray was straightforward with me from the beginning. He was honest about what I could potentially pay in spousal support. Fortunately, I ended up paying a lot less. It was a stressful process, but he made it easier. It sounds crazy but I actually enjoyed having Ray fight for me in court. He makes a really good argument. I would highly recommend him to anyone.
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