Top Colbert White Collar Crimes Lawyers - Washington

If you need a tenacious defense attorney in Spokane, Washington, schedule a consultation at Hormel Law Office LLC. For 25 years, attorney Steve Hormel has dedicated his career to defending people accused of serious felony offenses in federal and state courts. Steve Hormel's experience includes over 7 years of service as the Chief Trial Counsel at the Federal Defenders of Eastern Washington...

Maxey Law is dedicated to the principles of our founder, Carl Maxey. During his career of over 40 years, Carl earned a well deserved reputation as an exceptional trial lawyer and a nationally-recognized civil rights leader. Orphaned at the age of two and growing up in a predominantly white community, Carl was no stranger to the struggles facing those less fortunate. In his latter years Carl...

  • If you need a tenacious defense attorney in Spokane, Washington, schedule a consultation at Hormel Law Office LLC. For 25 years, attorney Steve Hormel has dedicated his career to defending people accused of serious felony offenses in federal and state courts. Steve Hormel's experience includes over 7 years of service as the Chief Trial Counsel at the Federal Defenders of Eastern Washington...

  • When you need experienced federal or state criminal defense in Grant County, Washington, schedule a consultation at Hormel Law Office LLC. For 25 years, attorney Steve Hormel has defended people charged with felonies in both federal and state courts. Steve Hormel's experience includes over 7 years of service as the Chief Trial Counsel for the Federal Defenders of Eastern Washington...

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    Your future is our focus. At the Nicholas George Law Firm PLLC, in Walla Walla, Washington, we advocate for people who are facing criminal charges, such as a DUI, white collar crime or traffic ticket. Our team works with both adults and juveniles from all walks of life to clear their names, reduce their charges, secure a dismissed case or otherwise reach the best possible outcome available. We...

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