King County District Court: Redmond Testimonial

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King County District Court: Redmond,

Jason is an outstanding attorney. He is straight forward, always well prepared, and responsive. He won a difficult case for us and could see in the courtroom he is deeply knowledgeable in the law and respected by the court judge on his knowledge of court procedures and the professional manner he handled our case and arguments. Jason is excellent on cross examination and his ability to identify inconsistencies in the opposition testimony and insightful closing arguments turned the outcome in our favor. Also he is just a great guy to work with as a client. Efficient and passionate about the case.

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