Augusta, Maine Government & Administrative Lawyers

David G. Webbert Esq
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Augusta, ME Gov & Administrative Law Lawyer with 33 years experience
(207) 623-5110 160 Capitol Street
P.O. Box 79
Augusta, ME 04332
Administrative, Appeals, Business and Civil Rights
Harvard Law School
Augusta, ME Gov & Administrative Law Attorney
(207) 623-8460 37 Green St.
Augusta, ME 04330
Administrative, Bankruptcy and Environmental
Tenants Harbor, ME Gov & Administrative Law Attorney with 45 years experience
(207) 691-0577 PO Box 309
Tenants Harbor, ME 04860
Administrative, Business and Energy
University of Florida, Frederic G. Levin College of Law
Yarmouth, ME Gov & Administrative Law Lawyer
34 E Main St
Yarmouth, ME 04096
Administrative
Hunter J Tzovarras
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Bangor, ME Gov & Administrative Law Lawyer
(207) 941-8443 88 Hammond Street
Bangor, ME 04401
Administrative, Appeals, Criminal and Traffic Tickets
Quinnipiac University School of Law
Top-rated criminal defense lawyer for OUI DUI defense & state and federal defense in the greater Bangor, Maine area. Hunter has successfully defended people accused of homicide, sex offenses, drug charges, aggravated assault, theft, drug charges, property crimes, domestic violence, OUI / DUI, and other serious felonies and misdemeanors.

Hunter's practices focuses on defending Maine people and its visitors, working people, parents, college students, professionals, military personnel, juveniles and other individuals facing criminal charges in the greater Bangor, Maine area for charges including:

OUI / DUI / Drunk Driving

Drug Cases

Sexual Assault

Child Pornography

Homicide / Manslaughter / Murder

Vehicular Homicide

Domestic Violence

Aggravated Assault

Theft / Embezzlement...
Russell Goldsmith Esq
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Portland, ME Gov & Administrative Law Lawyer with 29 years experience
(800) 773-8622 97 India Street,
Second Floor
Portland, ME 03909
Free ConsultationAdministrative, DUI, Personal Injury and Social Security Disability
University of Maine - School of Law
Attorney Goldsmith pursued a liberal arts education at Haverford College where he graduated with a degree in Philosophy in 1987, following those studies with the immediate pursuit of a law degree. While at the University of Maine School of Law, Attorney Goldsmith was the only student in his class selected as a member of both the law school’s Law Review and Moot Court Competition Board, and did publish during his senior year an article entitled Contracting out of Maine’s Employment-At-Will Doctrine, 42 Maine Law Review 553 (July 1990). While in law school, he likewise interned at well-respected law...
Regan A. Sweeney
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Portland, ME Gov & Administrative Law Lawyer with 13 years experience
(207) 370-0720 70 Winter St.
Portland, ME 04102
Free ConsultationAdministrative, Divorce, Family and Products Liability
American University
Elizabeth Valentine
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South Portland, ME Gov & Administrative Law Lawyer with 5 years experience
238 Western Ave
South Portland, ME 04106
Administrative and Estate Planning
Elizabeth's practice is focused on administrative law and estate planning. More specifically, she represents social security disability claimants in administrative hearings and in federal court. She also works with clients to develop estate plans that reflect the clients' priorities and values.
Tyler Charles Hadyniak
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South Portland, ME Gov & Administrative Law Attorney
(207) 772-9000 238 Western Ave
South Portland, ME 04106
Administrative and Military
University of Maine School of Law
Portland, ME Gov & Administrative Law Attorney with 40 years experience
1 Portland St
Portland, ME 04101
Administrative, Civil Rights and Real Estate
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