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Las Vegas White Collar Crimes Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms - Nevada

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Pariente Law Firm, P.C.
White Collar Crimes Lawyers in Las Vegas, NV
A Criminal Law -- Federal firm representing clients in the Las Vegas Metro area.
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Call Us 24 Hours, 7 Days A Week Pariente Law Firm, P.C., offers skilled criminal defense representation in Las Vegas, Nevada. Led by attorney Michael Pariente, a former prosecutor and federal public defender, we fight aggressively for our...
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Christiansen Law Offices
White Collar Crimes Lawyers Serving Las Vegas, NV (Serving all Las Vegas Areas, Call Today)
Your Criminal Law – Federal needs are important. Don't Risk Losing Your Rights.
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Christiansen Law Offices is built upon the over 50 years of combined trial experience possessed by our attorneys. When we accept your case, we are always fully prepared to litigate the case to your satisfaction. While other firms claim they will...
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