Karl Numinen advocates on behalf of people accused of serious crimes, going through... more
Karl Numinen advocates on behalf of people accused of serious crimes, going through difficult divorces, or who have been severely injured. He has handled a wide variety of high-profile criminal cases, including the "Pictured Rocks Murder" trial featured on a special edition of Dateline NBC. His winning trial record includes three consecutive "Not Guilty" verdicts in one year in federal district... view profile
A native of Marquette, Scott maintains an active level of involvement in the... more
A native of Marquette, Scott maintains an active level of involvement in the community. He presently serves as a trustee on the Marquette Area Public School Board, a position he has held for five years. In the past, he served on the Marquette Township Zoning Board of Appeals. Scott and his wife, Lisa, have two children and a dog. They like spending time together enjoying the U.P.'s beautiful s... view profile
Over the past 27 years, Ray Gregory has represented thousands of clients in state... more
Over the past 27 years, Ray Gregory has represented thousands of clients in state and federal courts in employment litigation, business, construction and employment contracts, divorce and child custody actions, and criminal defense. Ray has also represented dozens of CEO's, Directors, and other captains of industry with regard to employment contracts and severance agreements. Ray brings a wealt... view profile
If you are suspected of a crime or charged with a violation of law, you may require the services of a criminal defense attorney to present your defense or negotiate a penalty. As different rules and procedures exist for different offenses, you should seek a criminal defense attorney who has worked on your particular type of case to provide you with the best defense. An experienced criminal defense attorney knows what information the government will need to prove your guilt. The defense attorney will also know what information you need to prove your innocence, including whether there are any legal rules justifying your actions.