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Exodus Foundation.org- Fredrick Pierce
Fredrick R. Pierce, Esquire
...Fredrick R. PierceAttorney Fredrick R. Pierce joined the governing board and became a Regular Member of the Foundation in 2001.He sits on the Executive Committee for the Mentoring Program and brings over ten years of experience in law enforcement to the Foundation including an associate degree in Law Enforcement and a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice.
As a a former Sentencing Specialist, he
holds extensive experience in preparing alternative sentencing plans for felony offenders and identifying programs that can serve as effective alternatives to incarceration.A Native of Toledo, Ohio, Mr. Pierce graduated from North Carolina Central University of Law in 1998.
practice in Raleigh, North Carolina, he
concentrates primarily on criminal and traffic maters; family law; personal injury and some small business matters.Mr. Pierce holds undergraduate degrees from Central Texas College and The University of Maryland.He
is a U.S. Army veteran, where he
served for nearly ten years as a Military Policeman.In addition to practicing in North Carolina State Courts, Mr. Pierce
is admitted to practice in the Federal District Court, Eastern District of North Carolina.
Endorsements - Wake County District Court Judge Vince Rozier
Atty. Fred Pierce
Norah Vawter and David Orinski, who join as associates, come from All Africa Global Media and the office of attorney Alfred Pierce, respectively.
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After all, Fred had to work ...
After all, Fred had to work for these things for the past 32 years, this scumbag got a free ride.
He was never really a mental giant or he wouldn't have been robbing a chicken joint and I can't imagine that anyone getting a court appointed attorney is getting the best legal help out there.
According to school board member and ...
According to school board member and attorney Fred Pierce, the state essentially counts the number of students in a district, estimates how much it costs to educate a student in that district, looks at the most recent valuation of the real property in the district and then says, "OK, here's your mill levy."