Top Ocean Park Constitutional Lawyers - Washington
Mark Muenster attended four years of college at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut graduating with a B.A. in 1976. He studied law at Boston University School of Law, in Boston, Massachusetts and graduated with a Juris Doctor degree in 1979. Mark has devoted most of his legal career to criminal defense work. Mark is admitted to practice law in Washington, Massachusetts, the United States...
The Law Office of Michael Austin Stewart in Tacoma, Washington, provides effective defense strategies for those charged with DUI or any other type of felony or misdemeanor offense. Serving clients in Pierce County and the surrounding areas, including South King, Mason, Kitsap and Thurston counties, attorney Michael Stewart, the law firm's founder, works hard to protect the rights and liberties of...
Those who require legal assistance when it comes to matters of criminal defense turn to Fuhrman Law Offices when they want access to an attorney with over 25 years of experience representing the rights of those in Puyallup, Washington. With a solid understanding of how a criminal record can affect the future of any citizen, he understands how important a dismissal or not guilty verdict is. The law...
From our offices in Normandy Park, the team at Kurt Bennett Attorneys offers experienced representation to clients with family law, criminal defense, immigration law or redemption law concerns. Our founding attorney, Kurt D. Bennett, has spent his entire legal career helping people who are facing a difficult legal situation. He understands that everyone can make a mistake, and this mistake...
Serving aggrieved employees throughout the Puget Sound region and beyond, the attorneys at the Law Offices of Peter G. Cogan, P.S., in Seattle, Washington, are committed to helping you resolve your conflicts and increasing your chances of obtaining the justice you deserve for your serious and complex workplace legal issues. Backed by our more than 20 years of legal experience in both state and...
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