I have known Matt Jett for almost 10 years, and he has undoubtedly become one of the most influential people I have ever met. He was there for me, without judgment, on one of the darkest days of my life. One morning, I decided to attempt to drive home, even though I had been out partying the night before. I knew I should not be driving, but thought I would be fine. I was definitely mistaken, and realized my error when it was way too late. I had collided with the car in front of me, and the police were on their way. I saw my life flash before my eyes, and I knew it would be forever changed.
Without hesitation, I called Matt with the hopes of him being my DWI defense lawyer. My accident was on a Sunday morning, so I assumed Matt would be unavailable, but I was pleasantly surprised when he answered the phone. My anxiety and depression began to decrease immediately. Matt decided to take on my case and became my legal representation. From that moment on, it felt like there was a light at the end of a tunnel. When I had my consultation with Matt, he took the time to thoroughly explain the entire process. I felt like I was no longer alone in this fight for my life. Matt is exceedingly committed to offering his clients the best possible legal representation.
The entire process took over six months, and Matt was there every step of the way. He was very understanding when it came to payments, and allowed me to set up a payment plan. We were in constant communication the entire time, and I trusted his expertise. In the end, things turned out better then I could have hoped for, and I was able to regain control of my life. I have recommended Matt to my family and close friends. It makes me proud to hear that they have had similar experiences to mine. I will be forever grateful for all the hard work Matt put towards my case.
Thanks again Matt.
Matt Jett handled my DWI case in 2014. I called and was able to see him immediately. My case took about six months to complete and he was easily reached every step of the way to answer questions and settle my nerves. Matt made sure I was aware of the process, the possible outcomes, and made sure I was set up for success to follow through with my judgments. It was a hard time in my life, but was certainly made less stressful by my attorney, Matt Jett. I still keep his card with me, and if I ever need an attorney again, it will be Matt Jett!

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