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    Serving New Mexico Since 2014 Following an arrest or accusations of criminal charges, you do not need to waste a moment in preparing your defense. Unfortunately, some attorneys wait until the last possible moment to begin their defense preparations, often leaving their clients at a distinct disadvantage. At The Law Office of Ryan J. Villa in Albuquerque, New Mexico, we are different. When you...

  • S teven G. Farber has been AV rated for more than twenty five years and he is listed in the Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers.    Mr. Farber's trial and appellate practice has included a successful appearance and argument before the United States Supreme Court in an important civil rights case,  Wilson v. Garcia , 471 U.S. 261. He has been a sole...

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