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Oak Park, MI is a suburb of Detroit, located in Oakland County. Oak Park was labeled America’s fastest growing city in the 1950’s due to planned development. After the recent automotive crisis, Oak Park has experienced a sharp incline in unemployment, rising to nearly 22% in October 2009. Oak Park was home to attorney Geoffrey Fieger, who represented Jack Kevorkian in the first of several assisted suicide trials.

Recently, an Oak Park teacher’s conviction of criminal sexual conduct with a young male student was overturned. The local attorney who represented the wrongly accused teacher sought a new trial, noting that it was not physically possible for the crime to have occurred in the alleged time frame and location. The Oakland County Circuit Judge granted a new trial and the teacher was acquitted of all charges.

Oak Park lawyers can help with any legal problem you may be facing. These include DUI, criminal, bankruptcy, personal injury, and many others. Regardless of what type of case you may have, you will want an Oak Park attorney who knows how to navigate the Oakland County court system.

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