Chaundra S. on BirdEye
3 months ago
11/12/2019, 16:59 PM
Whether or not Jed is a good attorney depends on your idea of what a good attorney actually does. So if your idea of a good attorney is someone dedicated to their client, who will defend people vehemently and wins their cases, one who battles against vindictive prosecutors and crooked Magistrates to bring justice to the wrongly accused, if you expect Jed as a good attorney to give a sh*t about your personal circumstances and think he works on your case prior to the three minutes before the judge come into the courtroom, then be ready to experience a whole new level of disappointment and complete hopeless frustration then you ever thought possible. Although this is actually true of any defense attorney Jed Nixon stands out as one of the bes5 and should be recognized for the dedication he has shown when it comes to keeping his oath, not to his clients, but to the prosecuting attorneys and every other every member of The Bar Association. Jed and every Bar Member have sworn their oath of loyalty to the prosecuting attorneys because without those corrupt, career driven monstrosities abusing the justice system to line their own pockets Jed and the rest of the defense attorneys would not be able to creatively bill for all those hours they DIDN'T spend working on your case. Being a good attorney Jed does not let any case reach resolution as long as there are billable hours left to invoice. He works in tandem with the other attorneys to make sure both sides prosper for doing as little as possible and at the full expense of his client.
Jed is damn good at his job and his fabrication skills along with the wide variety of untruths he customized upon each utterance are proprietary services offered by Nixon Law that have been practiced and perfected over the years. He utilizes these skills to benefit himself by pleasing the prosecuting attorneys to whom he owes his job to. A never ending barrage of useless word vomit meant to lend credence to implication he has read your file is another skillset Jed has worked to perfect while his abject fear of exculpatory evidence keeps him from ever opening the case file. Jed prides himself in remaining blissfully ignorant of any facts that could damage the prosecuting attorney and their case against his client. I do have to respect the man for needing to drink in order to live with himself though. I have had the privilege of personally experiencing Jed and his never ending quest for billable hours for over three years now and all I can say after everything ive heard, seen and experienced first hand is well i guess all i can say is wow.