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Law Office of Robert Newman

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207 N Broadway Ste K, Santa Ana, CA 92701

(714) 542-7600

Today: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tomorrow: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Fax: (714) 542-8600

The Santora Building ~ Artists District, Downtown Santa Ana
Downtown Santa Ana, Eastside

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Paula S.



Robert Newman is a deceptive lawyer. I have had interactions with him over the years and I personally have seen him, in legal pleadings, and in oral argument in courts, intentionally make false statements to Judges, multiple times. Per his court pleadings he claims to make $350 per hour. Some of the pleadings that I have seen him file in the courts are poorly written with him not using enough facts, not telling the court what the cases that he is citing, are about. He has poor use of facts to support what he is writing about. He claims to be the animal lawyer and he gives the impression that he loves animals. However he represented a Pug rescue group a few years ago against defendant Harriett Brown, who was a foster mom for the rescue group. Harriett Brown had been a foster mom to two dogs, for approximately one and a half years, and she got attached to the dogs and the dogs got attached to her. Robert Newman sued for the rescue group to take the dogs away from her even though there was no permanent home for them and Harriett Brown wanted to adopt them and pay the adoption fee. Robert appeared not to care about the two dogs attachment to the foster mom.