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Top Port Orford Sex Crime Lawyers - Oregon

  • Charles Vincent & Associates is a law firm located in Eugene, Oregon, that focuses on child custody, child support, spousal support, property division and all matters related to family law. Additionally, we concentrate on all facets of criminal law, including stalking orders, DUII cases, reckless driving, assault, felony cases such as homicide, sex abuse, and federal and state drug and...

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    At The Law Office of Garren Pedemonte, clients in Medford and throughout Southern Oregon can rely on my experience, knowledge of the law, tireless preparation and proven litigation skills in the courtroom. As a trial lawyer dedicated to defending the criminally accused, I have handled thousands of cases while pursuing the best possible outcome in my clients' cases. Whether you or a loved one has...

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    Criminal defense attorney Anna P. Sammons has provided exceptional legal representation to criminal defendants for over 15 years. The sooner you contact her Eugene, Oregon, law office, the sooner she can begin developing a strong strategy for the successful resolution of your case. Whether you have been charged with animal neglect, child abuse, domestic violence, menacing, coercion, assault, DUI,...

  • Laura A. Fine, P.C. in Eugene, Oregon Before you talk to police, talk to me. They do not have your best interests in mind. As a dedicated criminal defense attorney, I do. I will fight for you and defend your rights. When you know you have an experienced, successful criminal defense lawyer on your side, you can be calm and confident that every step is being taken to protect you. I have successfully...

  • Charles Vincent & Associates is a law firm located in Eugene, Oregon, that focuses on child custody, child support, spousal support, property division and all matters related to family law. Additionally, we concentrate on all facets of criminal law, including stalking orders, DUII cases, reckless driving, assault, felony cases such as homicide, sex abuse, and federal and state drug and...

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