Atlanta, New York Lawyers
New York Lawyer with 13 years experience
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The Rosenblum Law Firm is the largest and highest customer rated traffic violations law firm in both NY & NJ. Experienced and skilled criminal defense and traffic violations attorneys, the Firm has a... Read More »View Profile
New York Attorney with 34 years experience
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The Law Offices of Zev Goldstein PLLC provides you with quality representation of traffic tickets and driving-related crimes like DWI/DUI, Aggravated Unlicensed Operation / driving on a suspended license,... Read More »View Profile
A native of Lancaster, New York, Nathan Shoff received his B.A. in Political Science summa cum laude from Canisius College in 2003, and graduated from SUNY Buffalo Law School magna cum laude in 2006. After working as an associate attorney in Buffalo from 2007-2008, Nathan joined the Thomson Reuters (West) publishing company as an Attorney-Editor of numerous criminal law, civil rights, intellectual property and international legal publications. Nathan is currently a member of the Monroe County Bar Association, the Ontario County Bar Association, and New York State Bar Association, and is a proud supporter of...
Mr. Pulos enjoys a very successful, diverse professional career. A trial lawyer by training, Mr. Pulos returned to his hometown of Alfred, New York following his graduation from Albany Law School and opened a general law practice by hanging out his shingle on Main Street. He is the only person born and raised in Alfred to have graduated from law school and returned to open a law practice in Alfred. From there, Mr. Pulos has developed a reputation as a lawyer for people that have been wronged by others in the workplace or by vehicular accidents or...
Rachel Treichler has been providing legal services to clients in the Finger Lakes and Southern Tier region since 2002. She previously practiced in New York City for 20 years. She represents clients in water law, riparian rights and mineral rights matters.