Top League City Constitutional Lawyers - Texas

  • 17045 El Camino Real, Suite 214 Houston TX 77058 29.553015 -95.116745

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  • 712 Main St. Houston TX 77002 29.75888 -95.36385

    Defense of complex criminal cases in federal and state courts throughout the United States. Frank A. Rubino, Esq. has appeared in numerous Central and South American countries to represent people there charged with crimes. He has been successful in Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Honduras, Panama, El Salvador, and Guatemala. Criminal Defense Securities Fraud White Collar Crime Tax Fraud RICO /...

  • 204 West Davis Street Conroe TX 77301 30.31238 -95.4573

    Providing our clients with quality representation pertaining to a variety of legal needs, The Bihm Firm, PLLC, remains dedicated to customer satisfaction and the success of every person who turns to our Conroe, Texas, law office. Serving individuals and families throughout the entire Montgomery County area, we are here to provide guidance and experienced counsel for complex legal matters. Clients...

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