Top Vinton Civil Rights Lawyers - Iowa

  • Thompson Law Office is a law firm located in Iowa City, Iowa, practicing primarily in criminal law. We have handled over one thousand local criminal cases.  Our practice is focused on drug, alcohol and fake ID charges, mainly dealing with students and student-aged defendants. We offer free consultations for all OWI, alcohol, fake ID, and drug charges pending in the Iowa City area. This...

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    Moore, McKibben, Goodman, & Lorenz, LLP. was founded in 1885 by B.F. Cummings. He was joined in the practice in 1896 by Gilbert Mote. The office obtained its first telephone in the year 1900. Over the years, the firm has been known as Cummings & Mote; Mote & Wilson; Mote, Wilson & Welp; Welp, Harrison, Brennecke & Moore; and its current name Moore, McKibben, Goodman, Lorenz...

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    Moore, McKibben, Goodman, & Lorenz, LLP. was founded in 1885 by B.F. Cummings. He was joined in the practice in 1896 by Gilbert Mote. The office obtained its first telephone in the year 1900. Over the years, the firm has been known as Cummings & Mote; Mote & Wilson; Mote, Wilson & Welp; Welp, Harrison, Brennecke & Moore; and its current name Moore, McKibben, Goodman, Lorenz...

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  • Roxanne Conlin has her own law firm in Des Moines Roxanne Conlin has her own law firm in Des Moines, where she exclusively represents people who have been harmed by others, whether by discrimination, products, doctors or vehicles. She entered Drake University in 1961, when she was only 16, and graduated from law school with honors five years later at the age of 21. From 1969 to 1976, she was an...

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    Located in Urbandale, Iowa, the LeGrant Law Firm provides exceptional and effective legal advocacy and support to clients throughout the greater Des Moines metro region and surrounding areas of Polk and Dallas counties who suffered a violation of their rights as employees or who have some other serious workplace grievance they need to address. Licensed to practice law since 2006, our founder,...

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