Aaron E. Michel



Practice Areas:

Criminal and Juvenile Court



1978 B.S. Bus. Admin - Ohio State University

1981 Capital University Law School


Bar & Court Admissions:

1981 Ohio

1982 Pennsylvania

1990 North Carolina

1993 U.S.C.A.

1994 U.S.S.C.

1999 U.S. Tax Court


Professional Involvement:


Civic and Community Involvement:


Please describe why you would be the best candidate for the open judicial position:

I offer a wide range of experience with substantial depth of experience in district court. I have assisted thousands of clients for over twenty years in criminal, juvenile, family, and civil cases within district court, mostly in Mecklenburg County. I have appeared in district court on almost a daily basis for several years and before then practiced primarily in the local federal district court for over ten years. And before then practiced within the law department of Royal Insurance.

The parties in court, their counsel, the deputy clerks, the deputy sheriffs, the assistant district attorneys, the social workers, the guardians ad litem deserve your consideration. Recommend to Governor McCrory someone with the knowledge and demeanor to work with and meet the expectations of the people who attend and work in our district court.




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