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Attorney Mortimer graduated from Ohio Northern University Law School in 2002 and became licensed to practice law in Ohio that same year. Mr. Mortimer has been a partner with Micheli, Baldwin, Mortimer, McLendon & Whitacre LLP since 2004.
Attorney Mortimer is committed to meeting clients whenever it is most convenient for them, however is most convenient for them, whether it be over the phone or in person at his office, your home, or another location.
Attorney Mortimer takes particular pride in assisting individuals who have been charged with OVI or other criminal offenses. He understands the potential complications that...
San Francisco, CA 94126
Univ of Oregon School of Law
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