Putnam County, West Virginia White Collar Crime Lawyers

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Brenden D. Long
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Putnam County, WV White Collar Crime Attorney
(304) 941-6900 PO Box 629
Scott Depot, WV 25560
White Collar Crime, Criminal, Divorce and Family
Duquesne University School of Law
Scott C, Brown Esq
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Ohio County, WV White Collar Crime Lawyer with 22 years experience
(866) 933-0205 1600 National Rd
Wheeling, WV 26003
Free ConsultationWhite Collar Crime, Criminal, DUI and Domestic Violence
West Virginia University College of Law
Attorney Scott Brown has been successfully representing clients with tenacity and compassion since graduating from the West Virginia College of Law in 1996. Graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree from Virginia Tech in 1986, Scott worked in a research laboratory, as an investigator with the West Virginia Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, and as an office manager at a physician's office, a job he continued throughout law school.

From his offices in Wheeling, West Virginia, Scott vigorously represents and defends clients in West Virginia and eastern Ohio who have been charged with a crime or are facing potential criminal...
Mr Charles Matt Rollins
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Monongalia County, WV White Collar Crime Attorney
(304) 212-4465 235 High Street, Suite 412
Morgantown, WV 26505
Free ConsultationWhite Collar Crime, DUI, Domestic Violence and Family
John V. Danford
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Monongalia County, WV White Collar Crime Lawyer
430 Spruce Street
Suite 3
Morgantown, WV 26505
White Collar Crime, Criminal, DUI and Domestic Violence
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