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Ken Gallon
Claimed Lawyer ProfileResponsive Law
Jasper County, MO Native American Law Attorney with 19 years experience
(417) 765-0486 1530 S Main St
Suite 2
Joplin, MO 64804
Free ConsultationNative American, Bankruptcy, Criminal and DWI
University of Oklahoma College of Law
With decades of experience and a long list of satisfied clients throughout both Miami, OK and Joplin, MO, Attorney J. Ken Gallon has built a reputation for dependable criminal defense when it counts. Whether you face charges for DUI, theft, or a violent crime, his team at J. Ken Gallon, Attorney at Law can provide you with a free consultation to plan an effective defense. With decades of experience working in blue-collar jobs, Mr. Gallon understands the unique needs of clients within his community. He can help you plan an effective defense to better protect your future and avoid the...
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