Jeffrey O'Hara

Jeffrey J. O'Hara, Attorney At Law, P.C.
303 Waters Building
161 Ottawa Avenue NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
(616) 235-2000
www.jeffoharalaw.com


Jeffrey J. O'Hara is one of the most respected criminal defense lawyers in Michigan. He has received referrals from Judges, Prosecutors, Police Officers, Probation Officers, and law firms.

For over 20 years The Law Office of Jeffrey J. O'Hara has been dedicated to protecting the rights of individuals who have been arrested for state or federal criminal offenses. Jeffrey J. O'Hara is a graduate of Michigan State University and Cooley Law School.

Jeffrey J. O'Hara has served on the faculty and steering committee of the Hillman Trial Advocacy Program which instructs and mentors young lawyers to develop courtroom skills under the guidance of some of Michigan's top trial lawyers.

Jeffrey J. O'Hara has been selected as a MICHIGAN SUPER LAWYER. Super Lawyers magazine is published nationwide and lists names of attorneys who receive the highest ratings as chosen by their peers and independent research. Only five percent of attorneys nationwide are selected.

Jeffrey J. O'Hara is a former board of directors member of the Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan, which is an organization devoted to promoting expertise in the area of criminal defense.

Jeffrey J. O'Hara has also been a guest speaker at Cooley Law School, Grand Valley State University, Ferris State University and Grand Rapids Community College.

Jeffrey J. O'Hara has a reputation within the legal community of being an honest, ethical, hard-working trial attorney. Jeffrey J. O'Hara and his staff are here to help you, not judge you. Jeffrey J. O'Hara has a passion for his clients and dedicates himself to the defense of all clients represented by his firm.

Professional Associations and Memberships:

    Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan
    State Bar of Michigan
    Grand Rapids Bar Association
    Federal Bar Association - Michigan Chapter
    National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
    Hillman Advocacy Program