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Top Mount Vernon Domestic Violence Lawyers - Kentucky

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    At Smith & Wilcutt, LLC, in Bowling Green, our attorneys bring more than 15 years of experience to Kentucky family law and criminal defense cases. We truly care about your legal concerns, and we demonstrate that caring by bringing an honest and compassionate approach to the cases we handle. When you choose our law firm, your case will get personal attention from a trusted lawyer. You are not...

  • Attorney Dwight Burton founded our Bowling Green law firm, the Law Offices of Dwight Burton, PLLC, with the goal of offering a wide range of legal services to the residents of Bowling Green and surrounding Central Kentucky. Since the day his firm's doors first opened, he has worked to build a reputation for excellence, and that outstanding reputation is why people from throughout the region turn...

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  • After graduating from the University of Kentucky College of Law, Shannon Sexton became a felony prosecutor, known in Kentucky as an Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney. He moved to Louisville while his wife attended the University of Louisville School of Dentistry. In Louisville, he served as an Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney for three years. During these three years, Shannon Sexton prosecuted...

  • The Law Office of B.J. Early is a highly experienced and reputable solo practice firm in Hawesville, Kentucky, that handles all aspects of criminal defense work. In his 15 years of practicing law, Mr. Early has handled more than 3,000 criminal cases and has vigorously defended clients in over 72 jury trials. One of his biggest advantages as a criminal defense attorney is being born and raised in...

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Comfort Level - Are you comfortable telling the lawyer personal information?  Does the lawyer seem interested in solving your problem?
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