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Complaint Review: N Richard Wool
N Richard Wool475 S Oyster Bay Road Oyster Bay, New York United States of America
N Richard Wool lawyer who will try to hit on female clients so do not go alone to his office as he has bedroom upstairs and may try to drag you up there. he is married guy who pretends he is divorced and has kids i Oyster Bay, New York
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He allegedly lives on the island with his wife?? but will tell you she lives in florida. He tells folks he has ownership interest in a female nude dancing bar or club in the city. He tells people the governor is going to put a casino right near his upstate house so that he can make money on his investment and retirement property allegedly in Monroe, New York. He alleges he and his daughter are attorney general's in Albany and were appointed by the governor.
He also alleges that he was on judicial misconduct commission but when it was verified it was found to be untrue. This lawyer is not a good writer on appeals or on motions and is ok on criminal cases but caused big problems with me and caused me to get in trouble by alleging he took care of things he did not in my casel. follow up on your own case and make sure you appear in court even if he does not and do not trust that he allegedly took care of things follow up on your paperwork.
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