Meet Tylisa Crawford, Paralegal and Personal Injury Attorney at Phillips and McCrea. Tylisa started her career at Phillips and McCrea a year ago and has a bright future ahead.
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The United States is a nation of immigrants and it has long been the history of this country to generously take in “the huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” However, over the past few years, the immigration laws of the United States have grown increasingly difficult to understand and navigate.
At Phillips and McCrea, PLLC, we’re proud of the work that we do. But, instead of telling you why our customers love us, we’ll let them do the talking! Here’s what some of our customers are saying about us lately:
I grew up in Charleston, South Carolina. I studied at the University of South Carolina at Columbia. There I found rich opportunities for personal growth. I was President of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. This experience was invaluable in my leadership development.
Several school districts in the Charlotte metro area head back to school this Monday morning. But many drivers are unaware that they need to pay more attention during the school year than during the summer break. School buses are everywhere, as are School Zones.
In my opinion, the Utah v. Strieff decision forgives unconstitutional police intrusion on the freely moving public if that unconstitutional intrusion just so happens to lead to the discovery of an outstanding warrant or other probable cause to search and arrest that citizen. But that’s not how things are supposed to work.