New Year Wishes

Here we are at the beginning of a New Year, the eagerly awaited 2021.

We stopped for a minute to reflect on this year, this 2020, that has been with us for 365 long days. As we stopped we could not help but smile as we thought of each one of you. 

So many things have taken place that have seemed like mountains to climb. 

We wanted you to know that we appreciate you. 

  • Thank you for your kindness, as we invented a new way to work from home and the office. 
  • Thank you for your understanding, as we embarked on a new adventure of Courts in the digital age.
  • Thank you for the great gift of your referral, for us to help a friend of yours. 
  • Thank you for your support of small business.
  • Thank you for taking your time to review our services. 
  • Thank you for enabling us to continue to help others.
  • Thank you for your smile, as viewed in your eyes twinkling above your mask.
  • Thank you for your kind words.

Thank you so much from all of us at the Law Office of Rick Merrill,

We truly wish each and everyone a Wonderful New Year filled with Blessing, Joy, and brimming with Thankfulness and renewed Hope.

Christmas Trees for Charity Contest

A Picture of Your Christmas Tree Could be Worth $200

They say that taking pictures is making memories.  Share your photo with Rick and you just might win a prize! Grab your camera and show us the picture you took of your Christmas Tree.  We will display the Winning Photo on the Blog on Rick’s Website.

Your Photo of your Christmas Tree could Win a prize of $100 in our contest, and you can choose one of these deserving Charities for Rick to donate $100 to.

Oh, Christmas Tree…

Entries are due December 30th 2020 at Noon.

After you submit your entry form, we will contact you with instructions for you to email a photo of the Christmas Tree to complete your entry.

Thank You for Your Entry and Supporting local Charities.

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Santa’s Visit 2020

Santa Visit 2020

As he is known to do, Santa tip toed in for a quick visit at Merrill Law.

With Covid in mind, he arrived without his reindeer or his favorite friend Jingles. He kept his distance as he checked out the holiday decorations to make sure we had joined the Holiday Spirit.

We all know that Santa has been a front runner in his use of Technology to keep tabs on all the Boys and Girls. So all these digital meetings might very well have been invented by one of his Elves.

He inspected our Zoom Room and gave it a thumbs up in approval.

Santa has agreed to let us host a special life sized photo booth. He has dispatched his sleigh to send us the specially made stand up cut out of himself, for our photo booth.

We will post a special note when it arrives, so that you can be part of the fun. Free “U-Take” photos with Santa Standee.

Be sure to follow along with us as we see what other great ideas he has for us this year!

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Something Sponsored Stadium Flowers

Something Sponsored By Rick Merrill At The Stadium Flowers

We hope that everyone enjoyed their surprise this week at the Stadium Flowers. We sponsored the purchase of some wreaths.

They honored us with this incredibly beautiful arrangement of flowers. A wonderful way to bring out a joyful spirit in all of us.

We got a note back from Stadium Flowers.

Dear sir,

Thank you so very much for the donation.

We were able to assist many customers in their purchases.

Your generosity was appreciated and several customers followed your example and paid it forward.

Our Broadway team thanks you and wishes you a very happy holidays.

 Sincerely,

JaNa’ Smith

Manager

Broadway- Stadium Flowers

Where will we be next? That is a surprise! 

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Something Sponsored Snohomish Pie Company

Something Sponsored By Rick Merrill At The Snohomish Pie Company

We hope that everyone enjoyed their surprise this week at the Snohomish Pie Company. We sponsored some pies.

Where will we be next? That is a surprise! 

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Something Sponsored Neal’s Barber Shop

Something Sponsored by Rick Merrill at Neal’s Barber Shop

We hope that everyone enjoyed their surprise this week, we sponsored 20 haircuts.

Where will we be next? That is a surprise! It might be something really tasty next time.

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Something Sponsored SnoTown Espresso

Something Sponsored by Rick Merrill is at SnoTown Espresso

This morning we sponsored an hour of Coffee

We hope that everyone enjoyed their morning surprise.

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2020 Winner Rick Merrill Attorney Dream Scholarship

The Attorney Rick Merrill Dream Scholarship

The Dream Scholarship was started in 2016 to help support the dreams of a current high school or college student looking to make a difference through the pursuit of their passion.

Applicants were asked to submit a picture with a caption that in combination shares their dream and shows how it makes a difference.

Each year we present a $1500 scholarship to applicant who provides the most creative photo or image with a caption to  explain their dream.

2020 Winner Shelvina Singh

This is a picture of my Papa’s last day on earth. His hand is on the bottom (past), mine is the middle hand (present) and my son on top (future). This picture represents 3 generations. 

Growing up I always wanted to be able to help everyone and if I saw someone sad it would make me sad. My dad always wanted me to do something that would benefit others but life had other plans for me. Now I am 31 years old and back in college to pursue my dream to be a nurse. I know how much it would make my dad proud.  I got my high school diploma at 30 years old and now on my way to a nursing degree. 

The reason I chose this picture is because my dad holds my past, I am my present and my son is our future. My son is the reason I got it together and went back to college to get my degree. This hasn’t been an easy journey with everything that is going on at the moment but I know the day I get my degree my Papa will be so very proud of me. 

Congratulations to our Winner.

We wish you well in your efforts to become a Registered Nurse.

Special Thank you.

This year we would like to thank Mary and Bruce Nemeth and Mr. Hur for partnering with Rick Merrill to provide this scholarship.

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Happy Mothers Day

Happy Mothers Day

A salute for that special Mother who has looked after us and touched our lives for the better.

Bringing joy to a birthday, playing in the sun with us as a child, baking cookies, cheering in the stands, staying awake with us through the night while we battle a nasty illness, showering us with butterfly kisses and band aids.

Sharing our laughter, and tears along with bits of wisdom and humor.

Mom “isms”…

Those strange sayings, that pop out of my mouth and give people just a moment of surprise and usually a smile.

So to all of you dedicated Mothers, and to their children…of any age…

HAPPY MOTHERS DAY

Here’s to all the amazing Mothers

Avid supporters of their family

Patient and Persistent in their dedication

Praise upon their lips

Yet attentive when the need for direction must be given

 

Making magnificent memories 

Overseeing our accomplishments with joy

Touching our hearts in so many ways

Helping us through the difficult times in life

Encouraging us to pursue our dreams and aspirations

Reaching toward our goals

Sharing in a selfless manner

 

Determined to provide stability and guidance

Always loving, hoping, and caring

Yearning to see their children reflect Love, Life, Learning

Thank you for all you do, for all you are!

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Girl Scout Cookies for the Future

Girl Scout Cookies for the Future

Each year the sales of Girl Scout cookies provide funds for great learning adventures, and other opportunities for girls.  In addition these girls are learning a variety of valuable life skills while they are planning, setting up, selling and reporting their sales of these delightful morsels.

We like to help youth reach for their goals and has been purchasing Girl Scout Cookies for the past several years. These young ladies sold Merrill Law up to a total of 40 boxes of Cookies each year.

Girl Scout Fun and Goals 

It is exciting to listen as they tell us the things they enjoy in Girl Scouts. 

Some of their goals have included trips to Disneyland, Fundraising for Summer Camps, Build-a-bear donation to Seattle Children’s Hospital, Support for yearly meetings to help make the fun keep happening.

The girls came from Troops in Bothell, Everett, Maltby, Monroe, Mukilteo, and Woodinville.

When asked what their favorite Girl Scout event was their answers included:

  • A cruise to Mazatlan with the troop.
  • Camping in cabins-because “Who wants to do the work of setting up the tent!”
  • World Thinkers Day and Stuff the Bus with schools supplies to donate to students in need.
  • A trip to the Birch Bay Water Park and giving Teddy Bears to kids at Children’s Hospital.
  • Horseback riding at Camp.
  • Earning all of the Badges.

One group ordered 25,000 boxes of cookies, one scout had already surpassed her sales goal.

Kylin Landry
Kylin Landry
2021-10-04
Gotten many tickets dropped or the charge reduced to a non moving violation. Yes it would be great if they all could be dropped but at the end of the day my insurance is still affordable. Anyone leaving bad reviews about the Merrill's not getting a charge totally dismissed did not listen or read well enough when entering the contact as they make it very clear that both are a possibility.
Doza m
Doza m
2021-09-23
Took care of it just like Rick said he would. Will definitely use him again in the future if needed.
Bri Adams
Bri Adams
2021-09-15
Rick Merrill was very responsive and easy to work with, handled my case perfectly and got me the result I was after. Definitely recommend him for any of your needs.
Roman Empire
Roman Empire
2021-09-15
Kind and professional people. Will definitely be coming back!
Abraham Tewldeberham
Abraham Tewldeberham
2021-09-12
I want to start off by saying they have helped my family out tremendously. Their professionalism, efficiency and outstanding communication skills made our case a whole lot easier to understand and deal with.
Sylvia Magnusson
Sylvia Magnusson
2021-09-09
Very Nice team to work with. Professional and compassionate. Will definitely recommend to anyone in need.

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Rick’s Book Brigade

Rick’s Book Brigade  

Rick Merrill wanted to promote reading for the Elementary Students of Snohomish County.

Twice a year, in the Spring and in the Fall, we selected an Elementary classroom to donate books. There were books for each child to take home and a selection to remain in the classroom for continued use.

These are the Winners of Rick’s Book Brigade

Spring 2021 Winner

Fall 2020 Winner

Spring 2020 Winner

The Merrill Law Library is the continuing saga of the Book Brigade.

When Rick decided to retire, the decision was made to update the name and the frequency of the donation of books to classrooms in Snohomish County. Be sure to follow along with the future winners.

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Happy Holidays with Santa and Jingles

Each year we are happy to host a visit from Santa for Free Santa Photos.

Mr. and Mrs. Claus Wish You Happy Holidays.

They enjoyed their visit to the Law Office of Rick Merrill for the past few years. It is a real treat to visit with the children before the busy season. They enjoyed the delightful conversations, reading stories, playing with toys, coloring, and taking pictures with the good boys and girls is always lots of fun.

Here are some of the fun moments.

Jingles has a great time getting attention, snacking on horse treats, and waving at cars on Colby.

Thank you to all who made donations for Beck’s Place.

We will continue to collect items to share with people and pets in Snohomish County until the end of the year.

A special thank you to all who have donated to Beck’s Place, you helped to make someones day so much better. I took a carload to Beck’s Place including 10 sleeping bags, pet food, coats, boots and cash.

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Get to Know You Contests

Ricks First Wheels…

Was a 1959 Ford. I bought my first truck from my father when I was 16 years old for $300.

We would like to share with you some of the cool stories that were entered.

Brandon-1976 Datsun 280Z. A friend of mine got a 1975 280Z for his 16th birthday which his dad painted and customized. He took me on a ride in it and I was searching Craigslist that night. Not even a week later, I had arranged to drive to Tacoma and meet a guy selling a 280Z that wasn’t running. We brought a battery and some gas and drove it back to Everett without issue! I’ve done a lot of work (and spent way too much money) on it in the 7 years that I’ve owned it, but I learned a lot and met some great people in that time.

Margie-1968 Ford Fairlane wagon, baby blue 🙂 .. I bought it myself with babysitting money. $250

Isaiah-1986 Lincoln town car pearl white red interior boss 302. Used it to get to work as a flagger for 6 months.

Maksim-2007 Audi A4. Rick had me covered in court when I wrecked it 🙂

Jennifer– Bought my first car from my mom, who bought it from my great grandma. It was a 1987 Nissan Sentra. Bright red, my great grandma bought it off the showroom floor in 1987! My friends nicknamed the car Snail, and it was very fitting!

Vanessa-1977 Ford Mustang Cobra. Just like the one in the 1970s Charlie’s Angel’s TV show but black with gold stripes. My dad took out the stock 302 and put a 351 Windsor. IT was a traffic ticket magnet.

Jenica-My first car was a brown and orange Ford Pinto. I’m not sure what year it was. I was a senior in high school and we bought it from our neighbors for $500. I was so excited to have my own car! I only had it for a few months when I was driving on the freeway and the engine blew. I barely made it off the exit and had it parked on the side of the road overnight. We returned to have it towed the next day and a semi-trunk hadn’t seen it and backed into it and crushed the front end. That was the end of my car.

Rick Presented our drawing winners with a $100 Gas Card.

Tami-My first car was Toyota Corolla that I worked all summer at a used car lot to buy.

MaryAnn-1964 Chevy Nova.

Snowman Contest To Celebrate a Snow Day!

We had some very fun entries for our Snowman Photo Contest last week.  Each one brought smiles to share throughout the office.

Congratulations to our winners! We sent them $50 for their Cool Creations.

Jody K submitted this sneaky snowman.

Melissa E submitted the Mouse themed snowman.


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The Winners of the Rick Merrill Attorney Dream Scholarship

The Attorney Rick Merrill Dream Scholarship was started in 2016 to help support the dreams of a current high school or college student looking to make a difference through the pursuit of their passion.

The Attorney Rick Merrill Dream Scholarship exists to support the dreams of a current high school or college student looking to make a difference through the pursuit of their passion.  

Applicants were asked to submit a picture with a caption that in combination shares their dream and shows how it makes a difference.

Each year we present a $1500 scholarship to applicant who provides the most creative photo or image with a caption to  explain their dream.

2019 Winners

My name is Jack Gardner, and my dream is to write children’s books that inspire kids to think differently about the world, to let their imaginations fly beyond where our “grownup” minds can take us.   I realized that I had the ability to incite this feeling in other people through my writing.

When I was 12 years old my teacher gave us an assignment to write and illustrate a picture book to be presented in class. I entitled mine The Biggelow. 

I’m currently a student at EVCC in the running start program. I’m excited to take English and Literature classes that will help me a better writer. 

Runner Up Winners

Isabel Hulme: Dentist

We are ecstatic to support our Runner up winner Isabel Hulme with her dream of becoming a Dentist!

My dream is to have a pediatric dental practice kids will love coming to. I want to create positive dental experiences, so as they grow up they aren’t afraid to see a dentist.

Natalie Grimm: Nurse

We are ecstatic to support our Runner up winner Natalie Grimm with her dream of becoming a  Nurse!

That nurse who advocated. That nurse who went the extra mile. I met that nurse in the Swedish ICU. I strive to be that nurse. With every exam, lecture, paper, and clinical experience I move closer to my dream.

Alexa Kazen: Speech Pathologist

We are ecstatic to support our Runner up winner Alexa Kazen with her  dream of becoming a Speech Pathologist!

My dream of becoming a speech pathologist is important to me because I see the chance to make a difference in children’s confidence and communication skills. I look forward to being a part of children’s lives as they learn to communicate more clearly and easily!

McKenzie Allinson: Physician

We are ecstatic to support our Runner up winner MacKenzie Allinson with her  dream of becoming a Physician!

I’ve always been interested in how the human body works. It is my goal to become a physician who treats others with respect and assists in providing effective treatment that improves people’s lives.    

2018 Winners

Casey Benson: Geneticist

We are ecstatic to support Casey Benson with her dream-Geneticist

Seeing people, like one of these children, suffer every day from disease inspires me to become a geneticist. Genetics has the potential to positively affect the quality of life in our society . This dream is important to me, because of the potential to cure diseases and perhaps destructive habits and addictions.  I am working to change the lives of all people through advancements in genetics.

June Chang: Psychology & Economics

We are ecstatic to support June Chang with her dream- Psychology and Economics

This statue shows a grandchild with his grandfather sitting on a bench, expressing feelings of love and familial bond represents what many are hoping for: love, acceptance, healing, and strength in times of adversity.

I want to help others discover their capabilities and potential. I hope to open my own private practice, find ways to end the marginalization of mental illnesses, better an individual’s life, and encourage resources that help those in need.

Runner up winners

Hannah Hitterdal: Criminal Justice & Sociology

We are ecstatic to support Hannah Hitterdal with her dream-Criminal Justice and Sociology

I have a passion to change the correctional facilities to help inmates. I believe that giving the inmates an education, a highschool diploma or a higher education degree, is an effective way of setting them up on the right foot. Animal Therapy has been proven to be one of the most effective ways of rehabilitating inmates.  They train animals for many purposes and give them back to the community they hurt.  

Nora Dennelly: Harpist

We are ecstatic to support Nora Dennelly with her dream- Harpist

I am pursuing my dream not only because it is what I love.  I plan to attend Western Washington University in the Fall of 2018 where I will study under Jill Whitman and major in Music Performance on the harp.

Corrine Booth: Choir Teacher

We are ecstatic to support Corrine Booth with her dream- Choir Teacher

My dream is to go to college for the music education program to be a choir director. 

Nursing homes have always had a special place in my heart so at the end of every month, we go sing for them. Nothing makes me smile more than when an elder grabs my hand after performing and tells me how thankful they are.  Using my talents to brighten someone’s day brings me so much joy.

Ruth Culbertson: Music Teacher

We are ecstatic to support Ruth Culbertson with her dream- Music Teacher

My dream after college is to become a music teacher. I have a passion for music as well as for working with youth. Working with kids can be very rewarding and provides many fun moments that shape students’ lives in a positive and exciting way! This is just one of many examples.

Emma Raker: Music Teacher

We are ecstatic to support Emma Raker with her dream- Music Teacher

Dreams do come true and I cannot wait for those dreams to happen. As a Music Teacher, I want to make a lasting impact in my future student’s lives. I hope to inspire them to make the world a better place, while educating them on musicianship and the values that I have been taught through my music teachers

My ultimate goal is to take a group of students to play at Carnegie Hall, just as I had the opportunity to because playing there greatly fostered my passion of music. 

Kayla Sprague: Computer Science

We are ecstatic to support Kayla Sprague with her dream- Computer Science and Software Engineering

I stared at my dad’s computer monitor, an unplugged computer keyboard in my reach. From toddler to adulthood, video games have given me the opportunity to be an adventurer fueled by curiosity and the desire to learn.  I have embarked on my path with an insatiable fascination with machine learning, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality to motivate me.

If videogames have taught me anything, it is that where there is a will, there is a way.  I am fortunate enough to have learned that in a high chair.

2017 Winners

Megan LaVelle: Photographer

2017 Winner Megan LaVelle- Photographer

My dream is to be a photographer who travels the world. I have loved photography and traveling since I was a little kid. I have been accepted to Western Washington University to study photography, environmental studies, and cultural studies so that I can better be prepared for opportunities that will allow me to travel. I want to take photos that will make people want to change things in the world 

Our Runner-Up Winners

Joshua Allinson: Musical Theater

Joshua Allinson Dream- Musical Theater

Heels Can Be Dangerous! As a performer I hope to bring joy and entertainment into the lives of others. I feel that I can improve the lives of others through my life as a singer and theatrical artist. 

Loryn Casey: Anesthesiologist

Loryn Casey Dream-Anesthesiologist

My dream is important to me because, If people do not feel comfortable in a medical environment, they will not seek care, which could have devastating consequences.  I want to be like my anesthesiologist; not remembered for my name, but instead for how I made the patients feel when they were vulnerable. 

Sarah DeYoung: Genetics

Sarah DeYoung Dream- Genetics

In my hands, I hold my future, the link to get me the internships that will lead me into a genetics company. I wish to help improve the future of this species.  Feed the animal, and help feed the people. The time is now to start the change that will take a lifetime to grow.

First game of the Marysville YMCA Miracle Basketball League.

Kristen Nehring: Pediatric Nurse

Kristen Nehring Dream- Pediatric Nurse for children with disabilities and special needs. 

With a nursing degree, I have the ability to work in so many different specialties involving children who have special needs.  I can continue to have a great influence in the lives of these children who are often marginalized by society.

2016 Winners

We are pleased to announce the inaugural Attorney Rick Merrill Dream Scholarship Winner

Krista Calender: Teacher

Krista Calender who dreams of becoming a teacher after she attends WWU.

“A Dream in the Balance” This photo represents my dream in each little detail.

The textbooks are an example of her education as a Running Start Student.

The apple is a reminder to look after her health and well being.

The identification tag shows that she is working to support her education.

The application is to Woodring College of Education at Western Washington University.

The poster is evidence of her current volunteer work in a 5th grade classroom.

When it comes to teaching, there is no doubt in my mind that I was born to be an educator. It is my goal to inspire kindness, hope, and confidence in kids as their teacher.

2016 Runner up winners

Cassandra Pellet who dreams of becoming a wildlife rehabilitator in Eastern Africa
Jackson Hogan who dreams of becoming a broadcast journalist
Lauren Serl who dreams of becoming a psychologist, helping others find bliss in their lives:
Dylan Scanes who dreams of working as an orthodontist to help children be proud of their smiles

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Congratulations Christmas Tree Photo Contest Winners

Taking pictures is making memories. 

First Place Winning Christmas Tree photos received a prize of $100 in our contest and were able to direct an equal donation to one of the deserving Charities in our list.

Runner up contestants received a prize of $25 with an equal donation going to the charity they choose from our list.

Please enjoy these beautiful winning trees.

Christmas Tree Photo Contest Winners  and their chosen Charities.

  • Jessica Weaver selected the Everett Animal Shelter
  • Criselda Bush selected the Snohomish County Food Bank
  • Michelle McAllister selected Dawson’s Place
  • Linda Burd selected the Sarvey Wildlife Center 
  • Sylvia Rivera-Gaston selected the Everett Animal Shelter 
  • Elaine Olson selected Beck’s Place of Monroe
  • Carol Smith selected the Women and Children’s Shelter 
  • Tami Saucedo selected the Women and Children’s Shelter
  • Amber Hawthorne selected the Women and Children’s Shelter
  • Joe Fitch selected the Women and Children’s Shelter   
  • Margaret-Mary Morgan selected The Everett Animal Shelter
  • Jessica Rembold selected The Everett Animal Shelter
  • Mark Landry selected the Women and Children’s Shelter   
  • Jan Boula selected the Children of the Nations 
  • Tony Rodarte selected the Everett Animal Shelter.
  • Tina Demarco selected the Snohomish County Women and Children’s Shelter
  • Sara Brown selected the Snohomish County Women and Children’s Shelter
  • Roy Glass selected the Samaritans Purse
  • Liz Ramirez selected the Snohomish County Women and Children’s Shelter
  • Deborah Watson selected the Everett Animal Shelter
  • Tom Carpenter selected the Everett Animal Shelter  
  • Liz Cooper selected The Everett Animal Shelter  
  • Mark Landry selected the Snohomish County Food Bank 
  • Joshua Tallent selected the Snohomish County Food Bank 
  • Kathleen Wilde selected Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center 

Thank you to all who have entered their amazing photos each year..

You can learn more about these deserving Charities on our list at their websites below..

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Photo Contest Winners

Taking pictures is making memories. 

This is the time of year when the Carving Champion tends to come out in all of us.  

 First Place Winning Pumpkin Carving photos received a prize of $100 in our contest and were able to direct an equal donation to one of the deserving Charities in our list.

Runner up contestants received a prize of $25 with an equal donation going to the charity they choose from our list.

We hope you enjoy our entries 

The Great Pumpkin Carving Contest Winners!

You can learn more about these deserving Charities on our list at their websites below..

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Prize Winning Pictures?

A Picture is Worth…. $200

You could Win $100 for your Original Photo in our contest, and you can choose one of these deserving Charities for Rick to donate $100 to on your behalf.

The Everett Animal Shelter 
Snohomish County Food Bank   
Senior Services of Snohomish County  
Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center   
Women and Children’s Shelter 
Mens Shelter 
Sarvey Wildlife Care Center

Samaritan’s Purse 
Children of the Nations 
   

Oh, Christmas Tree…

Grab your camera and show us the picture you took of your favorite Christmas Tree.  We will display the Winning Photo on Rick’s Website.

Send Us Your Picture

Please email your digital picture to [email protected] today!

They say that taking pictures is making memories… Share your photo with Rick and you just might win a prize! 

Give us a call

If you have been arrested, received a notice requiring you to appear in court, or have been given a ticket you may need the of help of Rick Merrill.  

Rick is an experienced Criminal Defense Attorney and has been helping people in your situation since 1992.

If you have any questions throughout the process call the office, we very happy to help.

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