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Attorney O'Hale has been awarded membership in "Best Lawyers in America", recognized as a "Super Lawyer" by North Carolina's Super Lawyer Magazine and is a member of the "Legal Elite" as named by NC Business Magazine.
Born in Ohio and raised in North Carolina, Attorney Robert O'Hale had great parents and a great family who taught him about life and how to live. He has tried to follow their example although not always successfully.
In 1981, Robert became a lawyer, he didn't study hard enough as an undergraduate to go to Harvard, but was fortunate enough to get into Law School and graduate from Campbell University School of Law. He served as an Assistant District Attorney for four years and then as a Public Defender. During this time, Robert learned that he would rather fight for the little guy and the underdog than work for the government.
Robert represents his clients zealously. He believes in The Bill of Rights and tries hard every day to protect those rights for those involved in litigation whether they be rich or poor, popular or despised. He may have had his spirit crushed but never broken. Robert truly believes that there is good in almost everybody, even if they do bad things. If we allow the government, and the powerful, to tread on the unfortunate and the broken soon the powerful and the government will tread on the rest of us.
If you are looking for a criminal defense lawyer or injury lawyer, contact Robert O'Hale today.
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Robert O'Hale did a great job in every aspect of my case . He handled all the information I provided with great care and concern . I really can't th...Read more
Robert O'Hale did a great job in every aspect of my case . He handled all the information I provided with great care and concern . I really can't think of anything to change in the way my issue was handled.
Just stay just the way you are. It was pleasure dealing with you and I will recommend you to any one know that needs legal advice. So glad justice was served
Respectfully Yours, Doug Jester