Michael Knox has been practicing law since 1989, and is well-known for serving as a... more
Michael Knox has been practicing law since 1989, and is well-known for serving as a district court judge in Cabarrus County from 2000 to 2010. During that time, he presided over thousands of cases in criminal, civil and juvenile court, balancing the facts of the case with the law to reach a fair and impartial decision. Michael has now returned to the private sector representing client... view profile
Ms. Yolanda M. Trotman has a passion for obtaining great results for her clients.... more
Ms. Yolanda M. Trotman has a passion for obtaining great results for her clients. She is an experienced trial attorney with more than ten years of experience. She is not afraid to litigate a case and is comfortable in any courtroom handling matters from traffic tickets to complex jury trials. She has gained a solid reputation for being prepared and zealously advocating for her clients. Ms. ... view profile
Born and raised in Charlotte, Ms. Laughrun graduated from Myers Park High School and... more
Born and raised in Charlotte, Ms. Laughrun graduated from Myers Park High School and went on to attended the College of Charleston, receiving a degree in business administration. While attending Charleston, she participated in the Honors Program, serving as a justice on the Charleston Honor Board, as well as, serving as judicial chair and elected treasurer of her sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha. I... view profile
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