Top Santa Fe Civil Rights Lawyers - Tennessee

  • From his law office in Winchester, Tennessee, Russell L. Leonard, Attorney at Law, provides the high-quality counsel people can trust for their most important and serious legal challenges. Serving clients throughout Franklin County and the surrounding areas of South Central Tennessee, Mr. Leonard advocates strongly on behalf of those dealing with tough legal issues involving any of the following:...

  • Spragins, Barnett & Cobb is one of the oldest law firms in Jackson, dedicated to serving our clients so that they can achieve their objectives. The Firm represents many of Jackson's most creative business people and is a dominant force in the region's legal community. The roots of the firm date from 1897, when R. F. Spragins commenced the practice of law in Jackson, Tennessee. After his death...

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