"You have done me a great service and I will always be available to say that on your behalf at any time. Thank you."55
"Thank you for your help in this matter. You guys did a great job, hopefully I wont have a reason to contact you again, but if anyone asks I will definitely refer them to your office."
"I would like to express my appreciation for handling my case and bringing it to a successful resolution. I also would like to thank your staff on their professionalism in handling all the paper work and explanation of the procedures."
"This summons was issued to me unfairly. You have lifted a burden off my shoulder in representing me in this matter. Please you can count on me as a reference if the needs arise for any of your clients."
"This is a long overdue 'thank you' for all of your efforts resulting in a positive outcome in Menands Court. I thank you, John and Toddy for helping me through a very difficult time.
Again, many thanks to you, John, and Toddy for all you did for me."
Attorney Randall Kehoe has been practicing law from his office in downtown Albany, New York since 1990. For over 20 years, he has provided clients with superior legal defense at an affordable price. He received his J.D. from Albany Law School in 1989 and was admitted to the New York State Bar the following year. He has extensive experience in many areas of law throughout the state of New York, specializing in Vehicle & Traffic Law (speeding tickets), criminal defense, bankruptcy, and divorce in Albany County.
Randall E. Kehoe has plead cases before the New York Supreme Court - Appellate Division, the state's highest court of appeals. He has served as law guardian in Albany and Schenectady counties for many years, has been admitted to Federal as well as several local bars for practice, as well as served as an adjunct lecturer on Business Law at the College of St. Rose. He has also represented clients in several hundred pro bono cases throughout his career.
Mr. Kehoe provides free consultations regarding legal matters in his area of expertise. There is never any obligation to hire. For more information or to view his full resume, please visit randallkehoelaw.com.