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My experience with Attorney Hicks was the WORST experience I have EVER had. No communication, no research, no... more
Baltimore  Antonio H. Hicks

Antonio Hicks

Georgia Criminal Defense
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Jessica has at all times demonstrated loyalty to the client. She goes the extra mile in representation and never gives... more
Baltimore  Jessica Ann Travis

Jessica Travis

Orlando, FL Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
i had robert in 2006 and he delivered as promised
Baltimore  Robert Patton Stephens

Robert Stephens

Spokane, WA Administrative Law
Avvo rating 6.7
Mr. DeSantis has represented myself, my husband, my daughter and now represents my dad and my stepmom. He's handled all... more
Baltimore  E. Christopher Desantis

E. Desantis

Stuart, FL Family
Avvo rating 6.5
We hired Mr. O'Donnell to represent us for obtaining an unlawful detainer against a "tenant from Hell". Mr. O'Donnell... more
Baltimore  James Edward O'Donnell

James O'Donnell

Seattle, WA Estate Planning
Avvo rating 6.5
Hi last year on august 31, 2013 I was in a car wreck and ended up having to go through therapy for my injuries so alan... more
Baltimore  Alan Jonathan Spivak

Alan Spivak

Cincinnati, OH Personal Injury
Avvo rating 6.5
Attorney Urukalo made a very difficult process as easy as it could be for me. She was personable and professional but... more
Baltimore  Suzana Urukalo

Suzana Urukalo

Needham, MA Divorce / Separation
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Mr. Forrest Helped me get a decent amount of child support from my ex for our daughter. My lawyer before told me that... more
Baltimore  Robert J. Forrest

Robert Forrest

Ottumwa, IA Child Support
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practicing lawyers in Baltimore

During the Battle of Baltimore, fought between British and American forces during the War of 1812, American lawyer Francis Scott Key witnessed the British shelling of Baltimore’s Fort McHenry and was inspired to write the poem “Defence of Fort McHenry.”

These words were set to an existing melody by John Stafford Smith, “To Anacreon in Heaven.” The resulting song, “The Star-Spangled Banner,” became the American national anthem on March 3, 1931.