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Top Hot Springs Sex Crime Lawyers - Arkansas

Little Rock Criminal Defense Attorney John Wesley Hall has nearly 55 years of experience representing clients charged with drug crimes, homicide and sex crimes. Our office has also handled cases involving appeals and post-conviction proceedings, and we represent clients in various parole and probation revocation cases. John Wesley Hall is a former president of the National Association of Criminal...

From its main office in Little Rock, Arkansas, the James Law Firm is dedicated to protecting the rights, liberties and freedoms of its clients. With two additional offices in Conway and Fayetteville, we represent residents in the Little Rock metro area and Pulaski County, as well as those in Benton, Bryant, Lonoke and Jacksonville and throughout the state, who need solid defense counsel against a...

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    Located in Benton, Arkansas, The Lancaster Law Firm is dedicated to helping our clients protect their rights, their finances and their freedoms. Serving all of Central Arkansas, our law firm offers a full range of services to assist individuals and families with their most important and pressing legal issues related to any of the following: Bankruptcy Business litigation and contract disputes...

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    People in Conway, Arkansas, who have been charged with crimes may require an experienced criminal defense attorney. At Sanders Firm PLLC, we understand the emotions that often accompany criminal charges. A criminal record may inhibit a person's ability to get a job, go to college, receive financial funding or retain a driver's license. The team at our law firm has the knowledge and dedication to...

  • Little Rock Criminal Defense Attorney John Wesley Hall has nearly 55 years of experience representing clients charged with drug crimes, homicide and sex crimes. Our office has also handled cases involving appeals and post-conviction proceedings, and we represent clients in various parole and probation revocation cases. John Wesley Hall is a former president of the National Association of Criminal...

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  • When you need legal representation in Arkansas, the first thing you should be looking for is a lawyer with experience. The partners at Montgomery, Adams & Wyatt, PLC, in Little Rock have 70 years of combined experience in family law, divorce and custody cases, criminal defense and general civil practice. The Montgomery, Adams & Wyatt law firm attorneys have acted as lead counsel in a wide variety...

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  • The law firm of Rice, Adams & Woodruff, located in Jacksonville, Arkansas, is a general civil law practice dedicated to providing quality legal service in an efficient and cost effective manner. For over forty years Rice, Adams & Woodruff has earned a strong reputation in successfully representing individuals and their families in a broad range of legal matters. Our firm offers a unique...

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    Offering consistent, reliable legal services that people can count on, we proudly serve clients in Jacksonville, Arkansas, at the Friedman Law Firm, PLLC. Our personal injury attorneys understand the challenges people may face after a car accident, and we are dedicated to helping those injured due to the negligent or careless actions of others recover the maximum compensation for their associated...

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    Providing focused criminal law and family law representation at the Catterlin Law Firm, we proudly serve people in Rogers, as well as throughout Northwest Arkansas. We know what our clients have at stake following an arrest. Working to help them mitigate the potential repercussions of the criminal charges against them, our attorneys strive to achieve the best outcomes possible on behalf of clients...

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