Top Escatawpa White Collar Crimes Lawyers - Mississippi

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  • If you are facing criminal charges or serious injury after a motor vehicle accident, the attorneys of the Taylor Law Firm in Pascagoula, Mississippi, can help you fight for the outcome you need. Our firm has been providing the skilled and experienced criminal defense and personal injury representation people can place their faith in since 1993. We are a family law firm that was founded by attorney...

  • Family Law • Criminal Law • Personal Injury At Maggio Law Firm, PC, in Gulfport, Mississippi, we bring the highest standards of professional conduct to your personal legal matters. We emphasize personalized attention and individualized solutions. We are committed to giving clients our honest opinion and our best efforts on their behalf. We work long and hard to obtain the most favorable outcome,...

  • I am dedicated to providing an aggressive, cutting-edge defense to your criminal case. With my 32 years of practice I have tried hundreds of cases and have been on both sides of the courtroom. First as a state and later as a federal prosecutor, and for the past 17 years as a defense attorney. I know from my own experience what can make a difference with a prosecutor as a case proceeds through the...

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  • Albert Necaise has been providing legal services on the Gulf Coast and surrounding counties for over 45 years.  After serving twelve years as District Attorney, Mr. Necaise opened his private practice in 1983 with a concentraction in:  Criminal, Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation, Longshoreman, Family Law, Probate.  ...

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  • The law firm of Jackson, Tullos & Rogers, PLLC, is located in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, providing a broad range of legal services to individuals and business clients throughout Mississippi. Our firm is a service law firm, representing and advising clients in the areas of estate planning, trusts, and taxation law. Our attorneys possess high academic credentials, maintain strong community ties,...

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