Haleiwa, Hawaii White Collar Crime Lawyers
Ms. McMillen has extensive state and federal experience in sentencing, appellate litigation and post-conviction proceedings. In her federal practice she represented clients in some of the most complex and rigorous prosecutions in Hawai`i’s federal court history, including an appeal from a conviction for selling military stealth technology to foreign governments. She has also represented clients in cases involving: tax fraud and evasion; mortgage fraud; immigration fraud; immigration offenses; misuse of public funds; alien smuggling; mail fraud; wire fraud; drug trafficking. In addition, she represents clients in family law and divorce cases. For more about...
(808) 242-4343 P.O. Box 1512
Wailuku, HI 96793
Wailuku, HI 96793
Barry Sooalo has practiced law in the courts of Washington D.C., Hawaii and American Samoa. Barry's Sooalo's broad and highly specialized experience in the areas of criminal law, government relations, lobbying and legislation, customs law, business transactions, civil litigation, and appellate law, makes him a much sought after litigator and legal counsel in Hawaii for clients from Hawaii and for clients from abroad who require legal counsel and representation for legal matters in Hawaii and elsewhere. Mr. Sooalo is a veteran of the US Army.
I was born and raised in central Missouri and received my bachelor's degree in International Studies from the University of Missouri in 1996. Following graduation, I moved to Honolulu and attended the University of Hawaii's William S. Richardson School of Law where I received my juris doctorate in 1999. After receiving my JD, I served as a law clerk to the Honorable Victoria S. Marks in the First Circuit Court of the State of Hawaii. In 2000, I accepted a position as a Deputy Public Defender for the State of Hawaii and began my legal career working...
As a child, Marcus watched an attorney work tirelessly to save his father's life. After 13 years and multiple court hearings the Landsberg family was finally made whole. His family's struggle is his foundation. Of course Marcus was going to be a Trial Attorney after that. Studying in Los Angeles, Arkansas, Hawaii, Japan, and Thailand prepared him to be a public Defender. Since leaving the Public Defender's office after seven years he has been active in Courtrooms around Oahu, giving advice on the radio, and building his reputation for strong trial work.