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He also pursues Civil Right Violations, police misconduct cases, ensuring his clients are afforded their rights or compensation for the deprivation of the same.
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As an officer he went to law school, and it opened up his eyes to many of the practices which he viewed were unjust.
As a merit scholarship recipient, Ms. Mitchell excelled academically earning placement on the Dean’s List every semester, named Articles Editor of Law Review, and participated in Moot Court as both a competitor and coach. Ms. Mitchell was site coordinator for the...
Mr. Williamson is also the general counsel and associate board president of Griffith Tutoring. Griffith Tutoring is a non-profit organization preparing at-risk...
Raleigh, NC 27601
University of California - Berkeley
While serving on the school...
Dunwoody, GA 30338
Georgia State University College of Law
Family law cases often "blow up" but they don't have to most of the time. My goal is to help you resolve your unique case quickly in a civilized manner; however, if that's simply not possible I will fight aggressively for you, your children, assets, and future...
Sarah was born in Little Rock, Arkansas. She graduated from Little Rock Hall High School before heading out west to college in Boulder, Colorado for her love of the outdoors, skiing, and hiking. Sarah...
Cleveland, OH 44131
University of Toledo
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