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I was in a real messy criminal case. Alex took my case and beat it at trial. Not guilty on 8 counts. Walked... more
Baltimore  Alex Benedict Leikus

Alex Leikus

Baltimore, MD Lawyer
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I did extensive research before hiring her and most of the feedback I got was positive so I decided to move... more
Baltimore  Kathleen M Cahill

Kathleen Cahill

Baltimore, MD Wrongful Termination
Avvo rating 6.5
Linda has been my attorney for over 6-plus years, I can't say enough about how professional she is when it... more
Baltimore  Linda Ann Ramirez

Linda Ramirez

Baltimore, MD Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.5
Laurie Wasserman was my attorney in my child custody case. She caused such disruption to the case that I had... more
Baltimore  Laurie Maier Wasserman

Laurie Wasserman

Baltimore, MD Family
Avvo rating 6.3
Alan was able to quickly understand a lot of information and narrow that information down to the core issues.... more
Baltimore  Alan Burton Neurick

Alan Neurick

Baltimore, MD Personal Injury
Avvo rating 10.0
Allan Lolly made 3 serious mistakes that cost us a great deal of money and wasted time. 1. Allan Lolly... more
Baltimore  Allan Scott Lolly

Allan Lolly

New York, NY Immigration
Avvo rating 9.1
Michael represented me in a case and was always there to advise me and assist me along the way. He was prompt,... more
Baltimore  Michael R. Pandullo

Michael Pandullo

Las Vegas, NV Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.1
During these last few years of financial crisis I've had the need to enlist the services of several... more
Baltimore  Michael Avanesian

Michael Avanesian

Glendale, CA Bankruptcy / Chapter 11
Avvo rating 9.2

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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.