Law Offices of H. Edward Andrews III

Law Offices of H. Edward Andrews III
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  • 1.0/5.0 (2 reviews)
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  • No Recommendations   1.0/5.0 Review for Hiram Edward Andrews III on 04/04/18 in Criminal Law.

    Unresponsive to questions, did little to nothing to prepare for cases even when he is handed the evidence he needs, he would not aggressively defend you and demand the States Attorneys office end the abuse. He doesn't rock the boat from my perspectiv... Read more

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    Unresponsive to questions, did little to nothing to prepare for cases even when he is handed the evidence he needs, he would not aggressively defend you and demand the States Attorneys office end the abuse. He doesn't rock the boat from my perspective and accepts whatever the SA and the court proposes with little to no push back. When you can get a hold of him you feel like your bothering him and that he is to busy. On multiple occasions the matter was more about him then about your case. Read less

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  • No Recommendations   1.0/5.0 Review for Law Offices of H. Edward Andrews III on 03/11/18 in Criminal Law.

    Do not trust this attorney. He is incompetent, unresponsive, and arrogant. The only time he is responsive is when he believe you owe him money. Otherwise your essentially on your own after you have retained him. The only thing he knows how to do... Read more

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    Do not trust this attorney. He is incompetent, unresponsive, and arrogant. The only time he is responsive is when he believe you owe him money. Otherwise your essentially on your own after you have retained him. The only thing he knows how to do is agree to plea agreements at the terms the States Attorney proposes. He might as well be working for the States Attorney office. He will make commitments and then forget he made them typically at the detriment of your case. Read less

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