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Mark N. Clement

Mark N. Clement

Practice areas:

Criminal Defense

  • Flint, MI

About Me

I started my criminal law experience as a co-op student during high school working for the Genesee County Prosecutor's Office from 1976-1979.  Then went on to college and law school.  During law school I worked for a criminal defense firm.  I've been involved in the criminal law business for some 36 years in one form or another.




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Practice Areas

  1. Criminal Defense: 95%
    26 years, 5 thousand cases



Hourly ($175-225/hour)

Payment Types:

Cash, Check, Credit Card

Attorney Endorsements

3 total 

  • Heather Valynn Burnash

    Mark is an excellent attorney. He takes on very complicated and challenging cases and represents his clients with sincere professionalism.


    Heather Burnash Criminal Defense Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

  • Daniel J. Andoni

    I endorse this lawyer, he is straight shooter.


    Daniel Andoni Child Custody Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

Contact Info

Flint, MI




Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Avvo Contributions

Legal Answers


Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Defender of the YearCriminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan2006

Work Experience

TitleCompany NameDuration
AttorneyLaw Office of Mark N. Clement1999 - Present


Association NamePosition NameDuration
Genesee County Drug Court FoundationVice President2011 - Present

Legal Cases

Case NameOutcome
State of Michigan v VanWyckNot guilty by jury.
Many not guilty jury verdicts.N/A

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Publication NameTitleDate
Criminal Law JournalCross Examination of Hostile Witnesses2008


School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Thomas M. Cooley Law SchoolLawJD - Juris Doctor1993
Southern Methodist UniversityBusinessM.B.A.1987
University of Michigan, Ann ArborAccountingBA - Bachelor of Arts1984

Speaking Engagements

Conference NameTitleDate
Criminal Law ConferenceComputer Crimes2007