Carrie P.

November 23, 2016 by Mikel Rastegar in Leave a Comment

Seppi was the first attorney I have ever hired and will be the only one I ever hire! My kids father was looking at 4 years prison and he got him down to 180 days and back to probation. So instead of prison time he is staying in county to only serve around 90 days. There were more then one cases and even though Seppi could’ve have charged more to help extra he made sure the other case was done right. He was very attentive and caring and didn’t have very bad pricing considering. Thank you so much Seppi!

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