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Top Cantwell Criminal Defense Lawyers - Alaska

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  • Founded in 1957, Cook Schuhmann & Groseclose, Inc. ("CSG") is the largest law firm in interior Alaska. Our attorneys have over 150 years of combined experience in a variety of fields. CSG prides itself on the quality of the legal representation provided by its attorneys and staff. Throughout the history of the firm we have developed the experience, resources, technology and personnel to meet and...

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    Founded in 2008 in Wasilla, Alaska, The Law Office of Gregory S. Parvin provides litigation services for clients seeking experienced representation for criminal charges and personal injury and wrongful death claims litigation. Attorney Gregory S. Parvin has more than 13 years of experience, including serving as lead counsel in more than 100 trials involving a jury verdict or court judgment. At The...

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