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Lawyer Overview for Mobile

Population:
189,900+
/
Number of active lawyers:
1,000+
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Alabama State Bar Association:
website

Featured Lawyers in Mobile

James J. Dailey, P.C.

Google rating
4.8
33 years in practice
Auto Accidents, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death
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Law Office Of James W. Bodiford, Jr.

Google rating
4
48 years in practice
Criminal Defense, Divorce & Family Law, Personal Injury
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Burr & Forman LLP

Google rating
5
29 years in practice
Maritime Injury
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Hedge Copeland, PC

Google rating
5
33 years in practice
Maritime Injury, Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death
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Jackie Brown LLC

Google rating
4.1
22 years in practice
Divorce & Family Law
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Law Office Of James W. Bodiford, Jr.

Google rating
4
48 years in practice
Criminal Defense, Divorce & Family Law, Personal Injury
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More about Mobile, Alabama

The French established Mobile in 1702 as the capital of Louisiana. Mobile was first a colony in France, then Great Britain, and finally Spain for 100 years. Mobile was annexed to the United States by President James Madison in West Florida.

After Union victories at the two forts that protected the city, the city surrendered on April 12, 1865, to Federal forces. This news, together with Johnston's surrender negotiations against Sherman, led General Richard Taylor, to seek a meeting with his Union counterpart, Maj. Gen. Edward R. S. Canby. They met on May 2 miles north of Mobile. The generals agreed to a 48-hour truce and enjoyed an al-fresco luncheon with food, drink, and live music. Canby offered Taylor the terms that Grant and Lee agreed to at Appomattox. Taylor accepted the terms of Canby's offer and gave up his command at Citronelle, Alabama on May 4.

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