Thomas P. Murray, Jr. is highly qualified for the Circuit Court Bench. Over the course of a 25-year career, Thomas P. Murray, Jr. has sat in almost every seat in the courtroom. He has been an assistant prosecuting attorney, defended those accused of crimes and represented clients on both sides of civil lawsuits in Circuit Court. Thomas P. Murray, Jr. has represented people, small and large businesses, school districts, and insurance companies over his career.
When it comes to time in the courtroom, no one has the time and breadth of experience like Thomas P. Murray, Jr. Murray has litigated cases in 44 of Michigan's county Circuit Courts, has had approximately 50 criminal jury trials and 30 civil lawsuit jury trials. In addition to his Circuit Court trial experience, Thomas P.Murray, Jr. has had a significant practice in the Michigan Court of Appeals rounding out his courtroom resume.
When it comes to Thomas P. Murray, Jr.’s courtroom reputation, who better than his colleagues and peers in the legal community to tell the story:
Additionally, Murray enjoys the highest rating in Ethics and Ability by LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell, A/V Preeminent.
Thomas P.Murray, Jr. was raised in Kent County, graduating from Forest Hills Central High School before attending Illinois Benedictine College and Wayne State University Law School. When not practicing law, Thomas P. Murray, Jr. is a husband and father. He is a Boy Scout leader, active at St. Thomas Catholic Church and has been the sports photographer at Catholic Central High School for the past several years. An avid hockey fan, Thomas P. Murray Jr. has been a USA youth hockey coach and team manager.