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Today, Ogletree Law Firm P.A., has grown to a law firm with clients ranging from large corporations to individuals, and legal matters from complex litigation to real estate transactions.  We offer services in a broad range of areas including litigation, real estate closings, title agent services, immigration matters, corporate matters, commercial and civil litigation, personal injury, workers compensation and criminal defense.  One of the greatest benefits Ogletree Law Firm offers its clients is our dedication to quality, understanding of the law, trust and respect. Through our experience and the broad range of services that we provide, we are able to offer our clients access to the resources of a large firm with the personal attention of a local firm.

 

THANK YOU!

Dear  Clients & Friends,

             We want to take this opportunity to personally thank you for selecting our office to handle your legal matters.

             We understand you have a choice on who you use to handle your case, and we will continue to strive to make sure you are satisfied in the services provided to you by our office. Should you need any legal services in the future, please feel free to contact us. As a full service law firm we are here to assist you, your family, clients and friends.

             Thank you for this opportunity to be of service. If you have any questions or need anything further, please call us at 601-824-9862 or 601-213-4165, or simply stop by the office.

                                                                                                                                                    Robert & Staff

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Our Firm Trip to Honduras:

As many know, Honduras is not considered by many to be a safe place to visit or live. Plus I hate to fly. However, we recently visited some of the villages hardest hit by Hrricane Mitch and we surprised to find that many of the poor were still left without water, food or suitable housing. Here is what the State Department advises Americans visiting Honduras:

"Crime is endemic in Honduras and requires a high degree of caution by U.S. visitors and residents alike. U.S. citizens have been the victims of a wide range of crimes, including murder, kidnapping, rape, assault, and property crimes. Sixty-two U.S. citizens have been murdered in Honduras since 1995; only twenty cases have been resolved. Four U.S citizens were murdered in Honduras in 2007, six in 2006, and ten in 2005. Kidnappings of U.S. citizens have occurred in Honduras, including two incidents in 2007. Poverty, gangs, and low apprehension and conviction rates of criminals contribute to a critical crime rate, including horrific acts of mass murder. With a total of 3,855 murders in 2007, and a population of approximately 7.3 million people, Honduras has one of the world’s highest per capita murder rates."

And that is simply a portion of what is said.

Despite what "they" may say, we found the people loving and thankful for even the smallest blessing. If you feel it in your heart to give, we encourage you to give, or at least get involved.

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