Top Harvey Solicitation Lawyers Near You

Law Offices of Robert Toale

Solicitation Lawyer | Serving Harvey, LA

504-475-9725

Over 30 Years of Criminal Defense Experience. President of LA Criminal Defense Lawyers Association.

Law Office of Michelle H. Hesni, PLC

Solicitation Lawyer | Serving Harvey, LA

504-308-1313

Personal Attention. Experienced Criminal Defense.

When you are facing a criminal accusation, you need to retain a criminal defense lawyer immediately. Don't answer questions. Let your lawyer deal with police and procecutors. Michelle Hesni has been practicing law for more than a decade and is dedicated to using every tactic to defend her clients rights. Contact Ms. Hesni today if you need legal assistance with any of …

Damico & Stockstill, Attorneys at Law

Solicitation Lawyer | Serving Harvey, LA

Free Consultation

225-228-1055

We Bring Over 50 Years of Combined Experience and Provide Aggressive and Effective Representation for Individuals, Corporate Officers and Public Officials in Local, State and Federal Courts.

Our Louisiana criminal defense practice provides aggressive and effective representation for individuals, corporate officers and public officials in local, state and federal courts. At Damico & Stockstill, Attorneys at Law, we bring over 50 years of combined experience to felony and misdemeanor cases.  The consequences of serious criminal charges can vary widely …

The Law Office of Ryan N. Cox

Solicitation Lawyer | Serving Harvey, LA

Free Consultation

504-252-0002

Diligent in Protecting the Rights of Accused Juveniles and Adults

If you have been charged with a crime, it is important to have an attorney present at every stage of the process to protect your rights. Attorney Ryan Cox knows the law and can help you handle your legal situation confidently. He has over 16 years of experience and founded his own law office to specialize in juvenile and criminal defense after years in private criminal …

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Common legal terms explained

Plaintiff - a person or party who brings a lawsuit against another person(s) or party/parties in a court of law. Private persons or parties can only file suit in civil court.

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