Premiere Defense Attorney
November 13, 2019
How can you tell if it's a big court case? "The Shark" is in the house. Opposing counsel is murmuring, "We're gonna need a bigger boat." THAT'S how you know!
Frank Manley is actually Frank Manley the Fourth. His grandfather, Frank the second, was the first one to make the name famous when he partnered with Charles Stewart Mott to invent the Flint Community School Program, which quickly became a model of corporate and community partnership, copied all over the USA, and indeed around the world. The engagement model helped make the Flint Schools the envy of the country, in both academics and athletics. Frank the Fourth, as the oldest grandchild, was there to see those Frank-and-Mr. Mott (he was alway MISTER MOTT) meetings up close and personal.
Frank found a legal career almost by accident, but when he found it he knew he'd found the perfect calling. He brought the intensity, competitive instincts, and passion he'd learned while growing up playing sports on the fields and streets of Flint, and later as a Flint Northern Viking, to the courtroom. The results speak for themselves. Whenever someone needs the very best representation, Frank is at the top of the Rolodex (or contact list on the iPhone), for anyone who finds themselves in a less than perfect legal quandry. He fights--hard. But then again, he's a Flintstone, so it comes naturally.
We discuss some of those big cases, including the Mateen Cleaves and "Rock Throwing" cases. When you talk to Frank you know the conversation is going to quickly move to history. In truth, it almost has to do that. When your legacy demands it, you really don't have much of a choice. But those are waters "The Shark" is quite comfortable swimming in. It's one helluva dip in the pool with FISH and THE SHARK. Flintstones Deluxe, in stereo!
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