- Municipal Law
- Criminal Defense
- Family Law
- Personal Injury
- Driver's License Restoration
Areas of Emphasis:
Mick emphasizes his practice on criminal defense of both misdemeanors and felonies; Family law, including divorce, custody, parenting time, child support, and adoption; Residential and commercial Landlord/Tenant law; Collection work for numerous credit unions, landlords, businesses, and other creditors; Personal injury representation of victims; Municipal representation of numerous townships in Jackson County; and Driver's license restoration for individuals who have lost their privilege to drive.
Mick was born and raised in Jackson, Michigan and also lived in Kalamazoo, Michigan, Morgantown, West Virginia, and Royal Oak, Michigan before moving back to Jackson in 2005. After graduating cum laude from Western Michigan University in 2002, Mick attended the West Virginia University College of Law where he was selected to be a member of the Moot Court Board. Mick completed his last year of law school as a visiting student at Wayne State University in Detroit. After he passed the Michigan bar exam, Mick was hired as an assistant prosecuting attorney in Jackson County and worked in that office until he was hired as an associate with White & Hotchkiss, PLLC in February, 2006.
Professional and Community Activities:
Mick is a member of the American Bar Association, Michigan Bar Association, and Jackson County Bar Association. He also serves on the board of trustees for both the Ella Sharp Museum of Art and History and Carelink of Jackson and is a volunteer for the Western Michigan University Alumni Association, is a member of the Jackson Exchange Club, and has volunteered in the past with Jackson County Habitat for Humanity.
Mick is an experienced trial attorney who has successfully tried numerous civil and criminal cases. Mick also vigorously represents several local businesses and townships.