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Thank you again for your support and guidance over the past six months, it is my belief that Dribbin and Brown went far beyond there charter when I came to help my family and myself to the point where your firm was prepared to forgo monies to insure I was properly represented.
I understand that a unlawful assault and interim AVO are on the lower end of the criminal scale but it was impressive and reassuring (in military terms) that you had my back and believed in my innocence.
If there is a sad side to this sorry it’s that their innocent people who cannot access proper legal representation due to their economic circumstances and are forced in to diversion order as the only way to resolve their dispute.
I would recommend you Rebecca Glew and Dribbin and Brown in a heartbeat in fact 03 8644 7322 is permanently in my mobile phone because you just never know. Ps please remember us the little people when you’re a QC or sitting on the high court.
Regards and Take Care
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