Ohatchee, Alabama Juvenile Law Lawyers
Sam was raised in Gadsden and graduated in the last class of Gadsden High School before the school became Gadsden City High School. He is married to Laura Jane Bone who is a teacher at the Gadsden Alternative School / Gadsden City High School.
Sam graduated undergrad at...
I received my law degree (J.D.) from The University of Alabama School of Law in 1997 and was admitted to practice law that same year. Prior to Law School, I graduated magna cum laude from SUNY Brockport, Brockport,...
In 2015, Mrs. O'Mailia graduated from Birmingham School of Law at the top of her class. During law school, she was awarded the Service to Women Award by the Birmingham Bar Association, presented by the Honorable Justice Julie Palmer. She also completed a clerkship with Legal Services Alabama which is located at the One Place Family Justice Center in Montgomery, Alabama. During this clerkship,...
It has been my personal mission to provide my clients with justice without judgment. You can rest assured that we will never treat you like just another case.
Jennifer first attended Faulkner University where...
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