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Syracuse, NY Attorney with 32 years experience
(315) 885-7816 313 E Willow St
Syracuse, NY 13203
Criminal, DUI & DWI, Divorce and Family
Franklin Pierce Law Cntr
Austin, TX Attorney with 21 years experience
(512) 692-8700 300 W 6th St
Ste 1700
Austin, TX 78701
Business and IP
The Ohio State University Michael E. Moritz College of Law
Fayetteville, WV Attorney with 43 years experience
(304) 574-2727 Fayetteville, WV 25840
Criminal, DUI & DWI and Personal Injury
La Habra, CA Attorney with 48 years experience
(562) 697-7000 800 S Beach Blvd #A
La Habra, CA 90631
Personal Injury and Real Estate
UC Hastings COL
Eugene, OR Lawyer
(541) 484-2277 101 E Broadway
Eugene, OR 97401

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