Top Raton Criminal Defense Lawyers - New Mexico

  • 323 Staab Street,P.O. Box 2473 Santa Fe NM 87504 35.690773 -105.943146

    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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    432 Galisteo St. Santa Fe NM 87501 35.683155 -105.94284

    When the unexpected happens, Clark, Jones & Pennington, LLC, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is here to help. Since establishing our law firm in 2005, we have successfully navigated criminal law, personal injury and civil litigation issues. Our attorneys have more than 50 years of combined experience. Therefore, we are keenly aware not only of the consequences our clients face, but also the emotions...

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    Luna Complex Santa Fe NM 87501 35.682438 -105.944756

    Santa Fe-based attorney John W. Day represents professionals who find themselves in difficult situations that require skilled and seasoned representation. He has a reputation for compassion, dedication and vigilance in providing powerful legal defenses. Specific areas of his practice include: Criminal defense Civil litigation Government misconduct Civil rights John W. Day understands the stakes...

  • 530-B Harkle Road Santa Fe NM 87505 35.659855 -105.949066

    The law firm was founded by Ken Cassutt, John Hays and Gary Friedman in 1996 and has been in its present location since 2001. The founding members have over sixty years of combined legal experience in New Mexico, as well as prior law practices in California and New York. In 2008, Ken Cassutt became "of counsel" to the firm. Thomas Banner joined the firm as an associate attorney in 2009 and...

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