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Before becoming a trial attorney for a midtown Manhattan law firm, Jason was admitted to the Massachusetts and New York State bars. In 2002, he returned to Boston to continue working as a trial...
Wake Forest University
Mr. Stone represents Kansas residents accused of any criminal offense in municipal and district court, and represents defendants from both Kansas and Missouri in federal court criminal and drug crimes cases. You can count on decisive and effective legal representation from Mr. Stone.
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The Stone Law Office is able to provide the one-on-one consultation you need...
Difficult cases don’t scare us. We have a network of excellent investigators, experts, and mental health and substance abuse treatment professionals that we bring to make the difference in tough cases.
You are a person, not a case file. We will get to know you and your goals, and we’ll get through this together. We support you all the way.
We charge flat fees and accept payment plans. You will know what your defense will cost from the beginning, no surprises.
After receiving an engineering degree from The Johns Hopkins University...
Susan has gained a national reputation for representing student and professors in Title IX cases. She is routinely hired as a student advisor for the campus investigation and hearing phase of proceedings and also subsequent university...
University of Florida, Levin College of Law, Juris Doctor, December 2000, with Certificates in International Law and County Court Mediation. Performed the Law School’s first-ever Brazilian Externship, with the State Environmental Prosecutor’s Office in Paraná.
University of Massachusetts – Boston, Bachelor...
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