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Oklahoma City White Collar Crimes Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms - Oklahoma

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Matt Swain Law Firm
White Collar Crimes Lawyers Serving Oklahoma City, OK (Norman, OK)
We are an experienced Criminal Law Firm and we will fight for you.
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At the Matt Swain Law Firm in Norman, we provide criminal defense representation to people throughout Oklahoma. We handle state and federal cases, and we have earned a reputation for success in cases involving serious charges such as homicide, sex...
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William H. Campbell, Attorney at Law
White Collar Crimes Lawyers in Oklahoma City, OK
When The Police Knock On Your Door, Do You Know What To Do?
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William H. Campbell, Attorney at Law, has more than three decades of experience defending more than 1,000 individuals charged with crimes in Oklahoma City and throughout the surrounding areas. Mr. Campbell's passion and mission are to protect the...
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