BE CAREFUL OF THE "FRIENDS" THAT YOU KEEP!!!!!!!!!.....
I contacted Mr. Mullis after he was recommended to be by his friend, who is also a lawyer. You see, I live in Henry county and my son got into trouble at school in Valdosta. After calling Mr. Mullis and having him call me back that very same day (within a very reasonable time) I began to feel much better after coming very close to having heart failure!! Seriously parents, you do not want to get a call from your teenager 11:00 at night saying he was in trouble. To make a loooong story short. My son was in another friends room (looking at the football game) when campus police came in and search the room for drugs. Supposedly the dorm monitor "smelled" marijuana on one of the students that went up to the room. YES kids, you ARE judged by the friends you keep and YOU do pay for the crimes they commit. Thank God that I knew deep in my heart the my son was not guilty since I have a hard time convincing him to drink a wine cooler. Needless to say, since NO ONE was admitting to the drugs being theirs, they were all (yes, EVERYONE in the room) dragged off to jail and charged with drug possession! Innocent until proven guilty (no such thing) at least not in Georgia. What I loved about Mr. Mullis was he explained everything to me from up front that very first day we spoke on the phone. His fee was VERY reasonable (lords knows I did not have the money) and he explained to me that their would only be additional charges if the case went to trial and additional paperwork needed to be filed. Of course, and if he had to put more time into the case (understandable of course). After months of work, the charges was finally dismissed against my son. With Mr. Mullis being my son's lawyer, it took a lot of stress off me because I was very confident that he was in capable hands! Also, it prevented me from not having to travel back and fourth to Valdosta!
The only reason that I did not give you excellent for "keep in informed" is because as a "parent" my son will always be my "child". I know he is of age where he is consider an ADULT by law, but the "law" should also understand that nineteen year olds (for the most part) is still dependent on their parents in many ways. But, I must mention that Mr. Mullis did gave my son his PERSONAL cell phone number and permission to check in with him every week! Well, that is my story, and THANK YOU....THANK YOU.....THANK YOU MR. MIKE MULLIS.