Melissa Cox - Recovered 695


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Welcome to the recovered Podcast studio attorney Melissa Cox.
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Melissa is currently an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan

Melissa's expertise is primarily in criminal defense, municipal prosecution, and family law with a focus on divorce, child custody, adoption, and child support. Her skills in the courtroom have earned her the recognition as a Super Lawyer Rising Star for the past 5 consecutive years.. Melissa has fought for her clients across southeast Michigan in Wayne, Oakland, Washtenaw, Macomb, and Monroe counties, as well as various district courts.

Again, Melissa, welcome to the Recovered Podcast

In the spirit of full disclosure, Melissa’s family means a great deal to Anna and me. Our son Andrew and Melissa’s brother knew each other quite well and that is how we got to know Melissa’s mother and father. When Andrew passed away in 2012, it was your mother who accompanied us to Florida to settle Andrew’s affairs there. I don’t know what we would have done without her. It was your father who transported us to and from the airport. It was your grandmother who provided our lodging while in Florida. It was your brother who also supported us when we were in florida and gave Steven, our son, Andrew’s fishing pole he used in Florida. And you gave us council when the Police detective was giving us the run around when we were down there. For all of this, we owe a great deal to you and your family.

But, Melissa you have decided to try something different and that is the topic for today’s show.

Melissa is running for Wayne County circuit court judge in the great state of Michigan. This is the subject of our get together, Melissa’s run to be judge and why she wants to be judge.

So, Melissa, tell us a little about yourself.

What is the difference between a good lawyer and a great lawyer?
What is the difference between a good judge and a great judge?

Why did you want to be a lawyer?
Where did you go to school?
Where do you practice?
What do you do?

Why do you want to be a judge?
You use the tagline, firm but fair, what does this mean to you?
Where are you in the process of getting elected?
You have great endorsements, who has endorsed you?
Any surprises?
When is the election?

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We at the Recovered Podcast are people who have troubles with substances and therefore have had experience with the criminal justice system.

If one of our listeners is facing a criminal substance charge, what council would you give?
What should our listener be looking for in an attorney?
What are some warning signs when one is looking for a lawyer to represent them?

What role does a judge play with someone who is guilty of substance charges?
What role does a judge play in sentencing someone guilty of a substance charge?

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