Born and raised in New York City and living in Marquette for more than 13 years, Ray... more
Born and raised in New York City and living in Marquette for more than 13 years, Ray has a remarkably diverse background. He's licensed to practice law inNew York, Washington, DC, Michigan, and Minnesota, and over the past 24 years, has litigated civil and criminal cases in dozens of state and federal courts. His cases have been formally reported and are frequently cited. He and his cases have ... view profile
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