Not only was this the largest square downtown, but it was also one of the central hubs for social activities for decades. Significant events that have occurred at this square include: Chekilli, the head Chief of the Creek Nation, reciting of the origin myth of the Creeks, Reverend John Wesley posting a public notice revealing his plans to return to England in 1735, a reading of The Declaration of Independence in 1776 and a ball for President James Monroe in 1819.
Mark C. Johnson, Atty.
Mark Johnson represented me in a very serious criminal case with the potential for me to receive a sentence of 10-30 years in prison. I am happily enjoying my freedom as I finish my probation. Mr. Johnson charges fairly and genuinely cares about his clients. He continued to assist me and my civil attorneys even after the criminal case-at no cost to me. I highly recommend him to represent you. Cont…
KoryClientI endorse this lawyer completely. I have been a criminal defense lawyer for 24 years and have had the distinct honor of knowing Mr. Johnson for over a decade. He is the most organized, thorough and highly skilled advocate I have seen, even in the most complex of cases. Mr. Johnson is brilliant inside and outside of the courtroom and he is completely dedicated to his clients.
Lisa Polanskycriminal defense attorneyI have known and dealt with Mark professionally for a year and a half. I have found him to be very knowledgeable, polite, personable, and caring during this difficult time. He is very quick to respond to messages and emails and always kept me updated on new information of the case. I highly recommend Mark for any case.
LGMark Johnson is not only an excellent attorney he is also a good man. He educated me thru the entire process from receiving a federal grand jury subpoena all the way to trial. We dug in and fought the government all the way and let me tell you it was not easy. When faced with a situation like this you and your attorney need to be able to focus and stay focused. Mark got to know our case inside and…