Kept me in the loop, kept me out of jail
I thought I was headed for jail and a long drivers license suspension. Bob Marshall told me to stay calm and he would handle everything. I never even had to go to court on the case. He's very honest and explains things in a way that I can understand. It was great to talk to him about motorcycles and other things too. I'm very happy with the outcome of my case.
A lawyer who owns the courthouse!
Moments before trial, Mr. Marshall worked out a deal for an infraction that wasn't even a point on my license. All of the other charges were dismissed.
Mr. Marshall owns the courthouse! I was amazed how everyone acted from the moment he walked through the door. The deputies at the metal detector greeted him like an old friend and the judges treated him with the utmost respect. One of the jurors who wasn't selected for the trial came up to him later and said she was impressed with his confidence and communication skills, and said she would want him as her attorney if she was ever in trouble.
She was right! I was very glad to have him on my side.
Robert marshall is a great lawyer.
I have had robert marshall for about 2months and i think he is the best lawyer anyone could ask for. And his
Is so nice and friendly to me i would recommend robert to anyone i know and if i ever need him again i sure will call him. So thanks you.Robert Marshall and your for being so nice,understaning and comforting to me and anyone who thinks different is crazy Robert Marshall is the best thank you again Robert Marshall and your team for everything
Worst lawyer I'll ever have!!!
Rob Lee was extremely rude to me on my DUI case. He gave me wrong information on this case and another case on purpose. He lied to me saying I could not get a lawyer for cheaper than him. He also lied that I could not get my case dismissed. Guess what..... I DID!!! I also won a case of false arrest and there is a pending ongoing investigation of racial discrimination. I would NEVER recommend this horrible person to anyone. All he tried to do was take money and give awful advice with a disgusting attitude. The second he started talking rough to me I was very much uncomfortable. I had to file a grievance against this dude cause he was so unprofessional to me. All he did was argue against everything I had to say and he expected me to pay him money. Do NOT hire this guy!
Response from Robert Marshall February 22, 2016
I have no idea what this review is about. I think it's from a person I declined to represent because I couldn't understand what they were trying to achieve.
I have NEVER told ANYONE that I am the cheapest lawyer in town... and I'm definitely not!
There has been no such "grievance" filed and there is no such investigation underway in any of the counties where I practice.
No responsible lawyer will advise a potential client that a case will be dismissed without a complete review of the evidence. I always explore the possibilities of Fourth Amendment violations and other grounds for dismissal, and will aggressively pursue motions, but I always tell potential clients that we have to go through the legal process to determine the outcome.
Please do yourself a favor and have someone else represent you.
Mr. Marshall and his secretary are rude, uninformative, and not dependable. His secretary is especially good at providing incorrect information and in making your phone calls seem very unwelcome. They do not like to give copies of paperwork that a client has a right too, such as discovery, because they don't want to pay for the paper. When Mr. Marshall was told that we would need to seek representation elsewhere and that the problem with his secretary was the main reason, he said that she would never say or do such things and that I was a liar. Avoid, avoid, avoid.
Response from Robert Marshall August 15, 2014
I never actually represented this person. As we repeatedly told him, the court made an error, I was not his attorney, and I had no information about his case. A judge intended to appoint the Public Defender to represent him at government expense, but mistakenly provided him with my name and the wrong court date. The court clerk called the next day to inform my office of the error. When he called my office, my secretary told him to show up on the next court date and the judge would appoint the right attorney to represent him. I met with him on the court date and explained the court's error again, and the judge called his case and appointed the Public Defender to appear with him the next day. He asked for copies of his discovery, but I told him he would have to take that up with his Public Defender because I had been appointed by mistake and had no further information about his case. If he is not deliberately misrepresenting the truth, he certainly has trouble understanding these simple facts.