Etowah County, Alabama Juvenile Law Lawyers

Samuel Lee Masdon III
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Montgomery County, AL Juvenile Law Attorney
(334) 262-8395 2808 Chestnut St
Montgomery, AL 36107
Juvenile, Arbitration & Mediation, Criminal and Family
University of Alabama School of Law
Samuel L. Masdon, III is a licensed attorney practicing law in Montgomery, Alabama, and currently serves as the Indigent Defense Counsel for the Montgomery County District Courts. Mr. Masdon is a graduate of The University of Alabama Law School, and has over thirty years of experience. He served as the Winston County District Judge from 2000 to 2007. He is retired from the United States Air Force as a Major, and is fluent in Spanish, Italian and French. Current areas of practice are criminal law; DUI/DWI; Workman's Compensation; Immigration; accidents, divorce, family law, custody, child support,...
Tabitha L. Adkins
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Pike County, AL Juvenile Law Lawyer with 4 years experience
(334) 403-8910 PO Box 753
Brundidge, AL 36010-0753
Juvenile, Criminal and Family
Gregory Scott Reese
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Mobile County, AL Juvenile Law Attorney
(251) 432-3781 155 South Warren Street
Mobile, AL 36602
Juvenile, Criminal, Divorce and Family
Lauderdale County, AL Juvenile Law Lawyer with 22 years experience
(817) 478-5297 2320 CR 219
Florence, AL 35633
Juvenile, Criminal, Estate Planning and Personal Injury
Texas Wesleyan University School of Law - Texas Wesleyan University
Mobile County, AL Juvenile Law Attorney
(251) 432-7645 63 S Royal St
Mobile, AL 36602
Juvenile, Divorce, Estate Planning and Family
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