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King County Juvenile,

Jason represented my son in a criminal defense case in 2013. Jason was very effective in navigating us through every plausible option for us to consider in my son's defense. He thought of virtually every possibility and made tactical moves to avoid them. The "victim's" family attempted to misrepresent damages resulting in the prosecutor actually filing a felony against my son, and while we all knew it was unfounded and made us extremely concerned, Jason was cool, calm and collected through the process of exposing all this and getting the charged reduced back to a misdemeanor. I have worked with people my entire professional career and have come to be able to read personal characteristics very well. Jason is a smart, caring and savvy individual that we could not recommend strongly enough.

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