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Michael A. Noonan - Cumberland, MD

61 Greene Street Cumberland, MD 21502- 2927

Updated: 09/30/2016

Cumberland Criminal Defense Lawyer

About Michael A. Noonan

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Partner/Owner

Practice Areas

  • Criminal Defense
  • Homicide
  • Drug Crimes
  • Sex Crimes
  • Vehicular Homicide
  • White Collar Crime Law
  • Traffic Violations
  • Driving While Intoxicated
  • Family Law
  • Juvenile Law
  • Paternity Law
  • Child Custody Law
  • Child Support Law
  • Visitation Rights Law
  • Separation Agreements
  • Divorce Law
  • Military Law

Litigation

  • 75%

Qualifications

Bar Admissions

  • Ohio, 1977
  • Maryland, 1984

Other Affiliations

  • Allegany County Bar Association (Member, Advisory Board)
  • Maryland State Bar Association (Member)
  • National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (Member)
  • Chapter 172 Vietnam Veterans of America (Past President)
  • NORML (Member)

Past Positions

  • Ohio Attorney General's Office, Attorney, 1977 - 1983
  • Frostburg State University, Presidential Assistant, 1983 - 1988
  • Army Reserve, JAG, Lt. Colonial (Retired)

Education

  • Capital University Law School, Columbus, Ohio, 1977
    J.D.
  • Vanderbilt University, 1981
    M.Ed.
  • United States Military Academy, 1968
    B.S.

Fees

Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

61 Greene Street Cumberland, MD 21502- 2927

Fax

  • (301) 759-4977

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