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The Nolan Law Firm

Solicitation Lawyer | Serving Tempe, AZ

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480-400-9494

Your Criminal Defense Matter Is Important to Us. If There Is a Way Out, We Will Find It. Contact Us Today!

George F. Klink

Solicitation Lawyer | Serving Tempe, AZ

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866-745-6196

Dedicated to Defending Those Accused of Crime

As an attorney practicing criminal law in Maricopa County for more than 30 years, George F. Klink has the experience and familiarity with the court system that is critical to properly and successfully representing the accused.  Attorney Klink opened his law office in Phoenix in 1975 and since that time has represented hundreds of people who have been …

R&R Law Group

Solicitation Lawyer | Serving Tempe, AZ

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480-729-6280

Higher Level of Criminal Defense
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Law Offices of Craig W. Penrod

Solicitation Lawyer | Tempe, AZ

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Our Team of Lawyers Can Provide You with the Experience and Knowledge Needed for Qualified Representation.

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