I came to Jason in desperation and out of options for my sister. I was referred to him through one of the most well-known (and most expensive) attorneys in Broward when even he could not or would not do anything to help. My sister had been in prison for two years at that point, facing ten, and had failed appeals, and many things went wrong in her case thanks to the most incompetent and unethical attorney I have ever met. The case was pretty complex and had spanned years. Time was running out for any other legal options she might have. At that point I didn’t have the highest expectation and the best view of attorneys in general. Well, it turned out that what Jason pulled off over the course of two years was a miracle! He came up with ideas and legal strategies that no one else had even thought of. And this was the biggest shocker – his responsiveness and service. Whenever I sent him an email or asked a question, I would get a response back within minutes. He was always there, always reachable and simply awesome. So awesome he gave my sister 4 years of her life back – she will be home very soon! My family and I will be forever grateful.
Cannot express my gratitude enough – simply awesome!
Cases Reversed on Appeal
- Attempted Murder
- Capital Sexual Battery
- Drug Trafficking
- Vehicular Homicide
- Grand Theft
- Aggravated Fleeing
- Sexual Battery
- Aggravated Battery
From Criminal Defense Lawyers
“An impeccable reputation as one of the finest criminal appeals attorneys.”
“Has an incredible grasp of Florida case law and is widely known for his successful post-conviction and appellate practice.”
- Larry M.
“A Great Appellate Attorney…He Is The Lawyer That Lawyers Go To With Their Legal Questions.”
- Joel M.
“An amazing criminal appellate and post conviction lawyer. He's an absolute appellate genius. ”
- Jessica M.
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