Testimonials

The Los Angeles Times is well aware of the quality of legal representation provided by Ronald G. Brower. Elsewhere on this site, we noted the comments by a Times columnist that, were he facing charges, “I wouldn’t hesitate a second to place my fate in his hands.”

Consider these other accolades heaped on Ron Brower in a 1995 Los Angeles Times profile entitled, “A Legal Player with the Inside Edge”:

  • “…Brower has become the attorney of choice for some of the county’s highest profile clients...”
  • “Brower works his connections for clients, both in and out of court.”

From a senior deputy district attorney, speaking of a homicide trial with Ronald Brower:
“It was a real war, that trial.”

And this comment from a highly regarded Orange County criminal defense attorney:
“He’s very good at damage control.”


Dear Ron,

I want to thank you with heart felt gratitude for literally giving me back my life!  I know the negotiations you had to go through were very strenuous and I truly appreciate your knowledge and skills required to absolve me of all charges and restore me too good standing within the community.

Please extend my thanks to Ellie and the rest of your staff for their professional support through a very emotional time for me.  I know they were working very hard behind the scenes to make sure all the paperwork was completed on a timely basis.  My deepest gratitude to all your staff for all their hard work.

The wonderful news is – I am free to return to work, and will soon be free to start a new life.  I am grateful to you and most humbly grateful to the Lord for his protection over me.

Warm regards,

Anonymous


Dear Mr. Brower,

I want to thank you for handling my case with such care and artful effort.  It’s been a long two year, but knowing that you and your staff were helping us gave us a lot of comfort.  I feel relieved knowing we have a resolution that me and my family can manage.  I am most grateful for the decompressing of stress that my family was burdened for so long.  My case was quite a wallop.  Putting you in charge of it allowed me to focus on putting my life back together.  Over the past two years I have been able to strengthen many relationships, and have had great success in starting my business.  I thank God for you, and for the hope He has established in our lives.  I can’t wait to get back on my Ducati!  And it won’t be too long from now.

Besides thanking you, I want you to know that I recognized and deeply appreciate the wisdom you used in my case.  Amplifying everything great about me was important, but nothing can replace the artful handling and considerations you emphasized that made all the difference.  So thank you again, for making the difference in my case’s resolution.

Sincerely,

Anonymous


Dear Ron,

I thought you would enjoy seeing Jesse’s last report card for eleventh grade.  He brought his grades up from all “F’s” at Torrey Pines (where they had him in the wrong classes) to “B’s” and “C’s”.  In addition to bringing his regular classwork up, he made up the first semester of English at home with a tutor.  As I mentioned to you, we had to get aggressive with the school district to get in compliance with the IEP, but they did come around finally.

Jesse is taking two semesters of tenth grade English in summer school and his teacher tells me he is working hard.  He is also getting his Algebra credits via tutoring at Sylvan Learning Center so he won’t have to repeat that in the Fall semester.  He will take four classes at Adult Education during the regular twelfth grade year and will graduate with his class!  It would be a big workload for a normal student without a learning disability, but he is determined to stay on schedule with his senior class.

We are engaging an Education Specialist to help us find the best community college and then university in this area for Jesse.  He now wants to be a Child Psychologist like Dr. Stieber.

Thanks again for your help in getting Jesse placed where he could succeed.  You are a guardian angel!

Best regards,

Anonymous


Dear Mr. Brower,

Today is the 25th of July.  I’ve been out now for sixteen days and enjoying every bit of this wonderful freedom I now have thanks to you Mr. Brower.  God truly gave you clout to make yet another miracle in that courtroom to drastically change the course of life of an individual such as myself who is still flabbergasted from when you first shocked me with news of my release; that very same day of my court appearance.  I have engraved in memory the moment you told me; “I’m going to get you released today.”  That feeling comes back whenever I think back to that moment and it’s like no other feeling I’ve ever experienced and will never again experience in my life.  It was one of those feelings that usually happens once in a lifetime and even up to now I’m still overwhelmed with so many different and new sensations, like the sensation of being with my mom or simply going to the grocery store with her; it’s the simple things that bring me pleasure, and I have you and the entire Brower team to thank because now I am able to continue on with my life and it might not be exactly where I left off, I’m starting from nothing now, but with the help of my family who has been with me from the start which is more than enough support.  At this stage, I’m beginning to realize that my hardest task is going to be showing how grateful I am, and proving to those few who helped me that all their efforts were worth every ounce.  Once again, Mr. Brower, I don’t think I can thank you enough, and I am certain I may never be able to amount to all you’ve done for me.  How on earth do you thank someone for saving your life?

With the Utmost Gratitude and Admiration,

Anonymous


Dear Mr. Brower,

I hope everything has been good since our last meeting.  I have been trying to be productive while serving my time.  First off, I would like to thank you for all your hard work and patience with my case and me.  I know I made it difficult at times and I am very appreciative of all the things you have done for my family and me.  I think that coming here has helped me with my anger management and has also provided some peace of mind since.  The 2 year battle in court is over.  I hope you, your family, Ellie and her family have a great Thanksgiving, a wonderful Christmas and a happy new year.  Once again, thank you for everything you have done.

Sincerely,

Anonymous