Licensed to practice in 1970, Mr. Keenan is a general practitioner with a well-developed knowledge of criminal law and procedure. Mr. Keenan’s practice concentrates in the areas of family law, criminal law, civil litigation and municipal law.
Mr. Keenan began his career as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney in Oakland County, MI. He served as a circuit court felony trial attorney, prosecuting major felony cases including homicides. Mr. Keenan directed the consumer protection unit, litigating white collar crimes.
Since entering private practice some 20-years ago, Mr. Keenan has acquired an extensive domestic relations litigation docket. He also serves as a court-appointed divorce mediator. Mr. Keenan continues to provide criminal defense in district and circuit court matters. He is well versed in all aspects of driver license appeals and restoration, appearing in numerous circuit court and secretary of state administrative hearings.
Mr. Keenan has over 35-years experience in municipal law. He has represented Waterford Township, MI, and the Huron Valley School District in Oakland County, MI. He currently represents Brandon and Independence Townships for municipal ordinance prosecutions.
Mr. Keenan is a member of the family law section of the State Bar of Michigan. He is a past vice-president of the Clarkston-Area Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Keenan received his Juris Doctor with honors from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX in 1970 and received a Bachelor of Arts from Wabash College in 1967.