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Top Tiverton Traffic Ticket Lawyers - Rhode Island

Lynch & Pine LLC in Providence, Rhode Island, is committed to helping our clients through their most important and serious legal challenges. Serving all of Providence County and the surrounding areas, our law firm represents individuals, families and business owners who have legal needs related to any of the following: Felony and misdemeanor criminal defense Federal criminal defense Divorce,...

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    When people in Rhode Island face criminal charges, they often require the assistance of an experienced attorney. The Law Offices of Stefanie A. Murphy understands that being accused of a crime may be overwhelming and stressful. An attorney is here to simplify the legal process and help clients explore all of their legal options. The team works hard to act as a voice for their clients and to ensure...

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    I served as a patrolman for the Cranston Police Department for six years before pursuing my Juris Doctor at Roger Williams School of Law. In 2006, I founded the Law Office of John R. Grasso, Inc., a criminal law firm based in Providence, Rhode Island, for people in need of aggressive legal representation. The majority of my casework involves criminal and DUI defense, but I also handle select...

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    Top Criminal Defense In Providence At the Law Offices of Matthew T. Marin, Esq. Inc., we are fully prepared to help you fight the criminal charges you face to help you obtain the best possible outcome for your serious legal challenge. Our law firm has three offices in Rhode Island, including one in Providence, each offering convenient access to the highest level of advocacy and legal support...

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