Ronnie Mitchell

Ronnie M. Mitchell

Fayetteville Attorney at Ronnie Mitchell

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P.O. Box 2917, Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States
HQ Phone:
(910) 678-8900

General Information


Attorney - The Mitchell Law Group

Appellate Attorney - U.S. Supreme Court

Superior Court Judge - State

Adjunct Professor of Law - Campbell University


Camden Road School

Sunnyside Elementary school

Wake Forest Law School

bachelor's degree , cum laude - philosophy and political science , Wake Forest University


Member - North Carolina Bar Association

Member - American Association for Justice

Board Member - Fayetteville Area Youth Soccer Association

Member - North Carolina Advocates

Member - American Bar Association

Member - North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers

Member - Professional Organizations

Member - Association of Trial Lawyers of America Organization

Member - National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Organization

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Ronnie Mitchell For Superior Court Judge

by Ronnie Mitchell
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Fayetteville attorney Ronnie Mitchell will seek election to the Superior Court Fayetteville, NC - Fayetteville attorney Ronnie Mitchell has announced he will seek election to the Superior Court bench for Judicial District 12C. Mitchell, joined by friends, family, and local law enforcement officials, filed for election as a Superior Court Judge at State Board of Elections in Raleigh. Mitchell, an honors graduate of Wake Forest University and the Wake Forest University School of Law, is a practicing attorney, handling civil and criminal cases as an attorney with The Mitchell Law Group. He has maintained an active practice in Cumberland County and in various state and federal courts for 31 years. Several years ago he served as an adjunct professor of law at the Norman A. Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University while still continuing the practice of law. "For more than three decades as an attorney, I have been committed to seeking justice for all - equally - fairly, without hesitation, or reservation, but with the vision and passion that the pursuit of justice requires." As an experienced litigator who is respected as an authority in the legal community, Mitchell has received the prestigious AV rating, the highest recognition by The Martindale Hubbell Law Directory. He has been named to the Best Lawyers in America, Who's Who in American Law, North Carolina Super Lawyers, and he has received many other professional recognitions. Mitchell would bring decades of legal experience to the bench. He has been a successful appellate attorney, handling in excess of 100 appeals, some on behalf of his own clients and many more at the request of other attorneys who asked for his help in handling appeals. He has also been recognized for his work as an appellate and trial lawyer in a myriad of cases, including personal injury, civil rights, insurance, administrative law, equitable distribution, family law, and criminal cases. He has also served as a contributor, author or co-author of more than fifty legal publications, and he has been a lecturer for many continuing legal education programs. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the American Association for Justice, the North Carolina Bar Association, the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, The American Trial Lawyers Association, and a number of other professional organizations. Sheriff Earl "Moose" Butler, who accompanied Mitchell as Mitchell filed for Superior Court Judge, remarked, "Ronnie Mitchell Mitchell has long been recognized for his adherence to the Constitution and his strong advocacy for the rule of law. He has often been called the "attorneys 'attorney," and he has frequently served as an adviser and attorney to judges, law enforcement and public officials . Yet, Mitchell has continued to be an "advocate for the people" as one attorney described Mitchell. He has always tried to help the "common everyday working man," said one of Mitchell's supporters. "I've known him since we were in school together, and he's never forgotten where he came from - even when he took cases to the [United States] Supreme Court. We need Ronnie Mitchell as {Superior Court] judge." The primary election is set for May 4, 2010. For additional information contact: Ronnie Mitchell for Superior Court Judge 12C

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