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Little Rock Criminal Defense Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms - Arkansas

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Robertson Law Firm, PLLC
Criminal Defense Lawyers Serving Little Rock, AR (North Little Rock, AR)
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At Robertson Law Firm, PLLC, we pride ourselves on our dedication to each client's empowerment within the legal system. We know that a client feels empowered when he is kept fully informed about his case, when he has timely and direct access to...
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John Wesley Hall, Jr.
Criminal Defense Lawyers in Little Rock, AR
When the best criminal defense is the only choice.
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Little Rock Criminal Defense Attorney John Wesley Hall has nearly 55 years of experience representing clients charged with drug crimes, homicide and sex crimes. Our office has also handled cases involving appeals and post-conviction proceedings, and...
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