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Robert Hunter

Bob has been with Johnson Law Group since 2002. His position involves consulting with potential clients to assist them in understanding the legal process, gathering all related information involving the incident, and working with counsel throughout the case to assist the client in their time of need. The majority of his working life has involved a variety of positions related to criminal investigation.

Bob entered the military where he spent 4 years in the Special Forces gathering intelligence before taking a commission and transferring to the Military Police. Bob earned several titles while serving in the Military Police including working as an Intelligence Officer, an Investigating Officer and ultimately as the Company Commander prior to retiring as a Captain. After retiring from the Military, Bob secured a position in the private sector in the field of Industrial Security on a white collar level with Ford Motor Co.and was later promoted to an Owner Relations Analyst with their Professional Relations Department. During Bob's stint with Ford Motor Company, he was approached by members of his local community and asked to assist in establishing a local Police Dept. After graduating as President of his class at the Detroit Police Academy, Bob spent several years working with and developing what would become one of the most recognized Police Departments in the State based, in part, on the Community's resulting lowest crime levels. After a number of years, Bob decided to expand his horizons by taking an experimental position as a Case Manager with a California based Criminal Defense Law Firm that practiced criminal defense on a national basis. Bob was initially assigned to manage client affairs in the State of MI and was later elevated to the title of Midwest Director Of Case Management. Realizing bigger is not always better, Bob set up a meeting with with Johnson Law Group and he was hired as Director of Case Management in 2002.