Alan on BirdEye
a month ago
07/28/2022, 01:51 AM
Although, Adamo may not like my review I'm straight to the point. Adamo is simply not candid or in my terms 'honest'. I hired his previous firm which included Mr. Bailey a few years ago. I was truly 'optomistic' with Adamo at first, his aggressiveness and attention to important detail was impressive; which I found was lacking with too many other attorneys. I honestly, thought he would be able to see me through to resoluton on this case.
I found being charged with two 'minor' misdemeanor charges in the Boston Courts very 'problematic' for Mr. Lanza he did't seem to have any 'strategy' for dealing with a couuple of 'bogus' charges the BPD just wanted to manufacture.
One hearing he attended on my behalf he bssically wanted me to self-represent myself. Wow, I said to myself what the hell do I need Adamo for? The hearing never took place because of a continuation. But, nevertheless this was the start of my 'discomfort' with Adamo.
Adamo stated other particular information about 'protective orders' that I knew were just not true and really made no sense at all.I found things that just didn't make any sense whatsoever in his stories too many times to trust his guidance. I was told Adamo was a 'bright' attorney many times but, as we went along the bright star faded from my view.
Adamo had said to me, "that I just don't understand"? Maybe, that was early in the case I really didn't? Since, I have no misdemeanor or felony convictions ever in my life.
But, now with absolute certamyly I do very well-understand the 'corruption' involved in the courts I find Mr. Lanza's ethics to defend his client(me) zealously and look after my interests instead of the 'corrupt' court officials.Not to mention the 'police' and the 'shady' deals they look to 'protect' and influence in the courts. My feeling is that former prosecutors have very much a different look on defendants whether justified or not. I'm sure some can where different 'hats' along the way.But, if faced with any other need to hire an 'attorney' in my opinion. I would only hire another who defends individuals charged with criminal charges. Its known Mr. Lanza's mentor is a former Prosecutor.