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The cases Mr. Edwards has worked on include claims for unsuitable investment recommendations, churning, misrepresentations and outright fraud. The investments...
While in Aspen, he was private counsel to the city and the county governments,represented a major local bank, and worked toward development of commercial and residential projects, with related land use processes.
He litigated complex land use and real estate zoning, entitlements and permitting cases, tried commercial disputes, and defended the accused in Colorado's state and federal courts.
Barry came to Honolulu in 1987, joining the litigation section...
Marquette University Law School and Drake University
Michael graduated from Marquette University Law School in 2017 with a Certificate in Sports Law as well as Pro Bono Honors for volunteering nearly 400 hours of his time to pro bono legal services.
Currently, Michael assists clients with family law issues in Fond du Lac and surrounding counties.
While in school, Michael held various internship positions including...
Mr. Edwards continues to support the University of Florida by sponsoring the Book Award in Criminal Law, which is presented...
After graduating, Courtney worked as a Deputy District Attorney in Eagle, Colorado, prosecuting traffic, misdemeanor, and felony cases. During her time with the District Attorney’s Office, Courtney acted as the prosecutorial representative on the local Access to Justice Committee as well as the...
Mark started out in the trenches of criminal prosecution, helping communities to become safer and making sure victims got justice. Because of this experience he knows what the prosecutors are going to do before he even gets to court.
Mark has been writing Utah Wills and Trusts...
Admitted to the Mississippi Bar in 2006, Ed started his own law firm in Hancock County, Mississippi. While in the solo practice of law from 2006 to 2009, Ed was able to work at refining his skills in the litigation of personal injury claims, domestic and family law issues, and criminal defense.
She has successfully defended clients in all types of criminal matters from murder all the way down to dog-at-large. For approximately 9 years, she focused primarily on DUI...
Mr. Edwards received his Juris Doctor degree from Trinity Law School where he was a Articles Editor for Trinity Law Review and received honors as a Moot Court competitor. He was a member of the Christian Legal Society, the Black Law Students Association and the elected Student Body. He received his undergraduate degrees from the University of La Verne where he was an Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society member. Mr. Edwards also has an MBA with...
Chief Assistant District Attorney in Western North Carolina for 8 years. Multiple awards as District Attorney of the Year. Voted "Best Attorney" in his area.
Website presence for more information is attorney edwards.com
Office located in Marion (McDowell County, NC). Handles cases in McDowell, Buncombe, Burke, Rutherford, Mitchell, Yancey and Avery counties in WNC.
Flat fee quotes for all services with free initial consultations.
At Kirkman, Whitford, Brady, Berryman & Gordon I handle a variety of matters in both the family law and traffic/criminal area. I regularly appear in civil district and superior court , as well as. criminal district and superior court.
Mr. Brady is licensed in Louisiana and various United States District Courts throughout the country. He dedicates his practice to helping injured people."
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Springfield, VT 05156
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