December 11, 2015
It's not too late to be a Champion for Justice

Help the BBVLP make its $500,000 goal by making your pledge today by clicking here.

Thanks to the following supporters who have pledged $455,000. We are only $45,000 away.

Leadership - $35,000Directorship - $22,500Pacesetter - $15,000
Baker DonelsonCarr AllisonBressler Amery & Ross
Balch & BinghamLightfoot Franklin & WhiteBuffalo Rock Company
Bradley ArantSirote PermuttChristian & Small
Burr & FormanStarnes Davis FlorieCory Watson
Maynard Cooper & GaleHare Wynn Newell & Newton
Marsh Rickard & Bryan
Sponsor - $10,000Sponsor - $7,500Sponsor - $5,000
Alabama Power FoundationMcCallum Methvin TerrellButler Snow
Heninger Garrison DavisWallace Jordan Ratliff & BrandtUpchurch Watson White & Max
Supporter - $3,000Supporter - $3,000Supporter - $3,000
Bainbridge Mims Rogers & SmithJones & HawleyOgletree Deakins
Badham & BuckLittler MendelsonSpotswood Sansom & Sansbury
Dominick Feld HydeMassey Stotser & NicholsTaylor & Taylor
Friedman Dazzio Zulanas & Bowling
Please help spread the word that the Family Justice Center is now open weekly

The Family Justice Center, which is a safe place for domestic violence victims to come and ask questions of the police, the DA, the Crisis Center, and the YWCA, is now open every Wednesday at the DA's Office. Help spread the word by circulating this flyer.
Open Cases:

Help widow probate her husband's will
This is a straight-forward case and the client is organized. Please contact Katrina Brown to help this client.

Please help this elderly grandfather recover his stolen truck
Client reported his truck stolen in May 2015. Client's truck was found by the police department in July 2015. The police department contacted a wrecker service. The wrecker service applied for a abandoned title at which time the Alabama Department of Motor Vehicles contacted the client to inform him that his title had been revoked as a matter of law. Client took his police report to the wrecker service but they refuse to release the car. Please contact Katrina Brown to help this client.

Please help disabled woman through her divorce process
The client has a degenerative bone disease and cannot afford to pay the marital bills. The client's husband left the marital home to move in with his girlfriend. The only issues are alimony and retirement. Please contact Heather Bussey to help this client.
Thank you to the attorneys that closed extended representation cases this week:
Lois B. Carlisle, Carlisle & Carlisle
John W. Clark, Bainbridge Mims Rogers & Smith
Cedrick D. Coleman, May Legal Group
Kathleen Collier, Balch & Bingham
Heather Fann, Boyd Fernambucq Dunn & Fann
Yashiba Glenn-Blanchard, The Blanchard Property Law Firm
Ginger Hamilton
Hope S. Marshall, White Arnold & Dowd
De Martenson, Huie Fernambucq & Stewart
Robert G. Methvin, McCallum Methvin & Terrell
Kellie S. Avery-Tubb

Congratulations attorneys who worked a Help Desk:

Civil Help Desk: 24 clients on Monday and Thursday
Tarackia Barge-Phillips
Robert G. Boliek, Jr.
Edgar C. Gentle, III, Gentle Turner Sexton & Harbison
Kendra A. Johnson
Virginia E. Miller
Patrick J. Mulligan, Bressler Amery & Ross
Lindsay Nadeau
Kayla Schoen, Bressler Amery & Ross

Domestic Relations Help Desk: 27 clients on Wednesday
Tarackia Barge-Phillips
Tiffany DeGruy, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings
Amy E. Glenos
Matthew Griffin
Leon Johnson
John Millledge
Lindsay Nadeau

Sarah Curatella
Yee Huang
Barbara Saurer

Firehouse Shelter Clinic: 1 on Tuesday
Lindsay Nadeau

Thank you attorneys that accepted extended representation cases this week:
John Paul Bruno
Megan Elder
Price Evan, Mississippi Valley Title Service Company
Alan Garner
Elizabeth Johnson
Richard A. Rice, The Rice Firm
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