Our Practice Areas
Representation of Victims of Terrorism
Have you or a loved one been a victim to any act of terrorism, foreign or domestic? Our attorneys here at Bond and Norman Law PC. are here to help.
Civil Litigation covers non-criminal disputes between opposing parties where one party is generally seeking compensation, or damages, from another party for their malignant action or inaction.
This subset of civil litigation focuses on the compensation of some victim for some injury sustained because of the actions of another party. This compensation covers lost income, medical expenses, etc. from a physical or mental injury.
According to the Constitution of the United States, the U.S. Government must respect and uphold a citizen's rights. Unauthorized search and seizure, police brutality and malpractice, and actions by private citizens to suppress or withhold these rights fall under Civil Rights law. To learn more about your rights, click to visit the ACLU website.
A Criminal Defence Lawyer is a shield that protects your afforded rights during any process of a criminal proceeding. They ensure that every protection afforded to you by the Law is utilized to its fullest extent. You do not have to wait to be charged with a crime to contact a criminal defense lawyer, and it is advisable to have legal counsel even if you are acting as a witness.
Bond and Norman Law, PC. offers legal advice for all levels of the military judicial system, from NJP and other administrative proceedings to General Courts-Martials. As former service-members and Judge Advocates, we understand the unique challenges posed in this branch of law. We can provide expert advice to help our service-members continue serving.
Representation Before Professional Boards
Mr. Bond and Ms. Norman have represented physicians before professional licensing boards involving suspension and revocation of hospital privileges as well as other disciplinary actions. Mr. Bond has represented attorneys before bar proceedings for allegations of professional misconduct.