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J.M, Seattle

Mr. Lewis was a great attorney for me. He was direct and to the point, and fought hard for my case. I was charged with a DUI and was under a lot of stress. Jon took the time to explain everything to me and helped me to work through my situation. He was knowledgeable, reassuring, and available when I needed him. Mr. Lewis and his associates all were kind and supportive, and I always felt I was in good hands with him. In the end we were able to work through my predicament and he achieved a great result for me. If I ever get in trouble again, Jon will be my first call, and I do and will refer him to everyone and anyone. Thank you Jon! Truly saved me from a horrible situation, and kept my future bright!

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