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I would never want my life to be in the hands of another person, but if I had to pick one to trust, it would... more
Alexandria  Ryan Patrick Campbell

Ryan Campbell

Alexandria, VA General Practice
Avvo rating 6.5
Isaac helped me through a difficult, emotional, and sensitive case. His communication to keep me informed,... more
Alexandria  John Isaac Post

John Post

Alexandria, VA Lawyer
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Great lawyer. Efficient professional and easy to work with. I have hired many lawyers but Stephan took the... more
Alexandria  Stephen J Stine

Stephen Stine

Alexandria, VA Civil Rights
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Mr. F. Paul Maloof has been the American Task Force for Lebanon attorney and legal counsel for a number of... more
Alexandria  F. Paul Maloof

F. Maloof

Alexandria, VA Commercial
Avvo rating 7.7
After months of major worry and anxiety (I was facing a felony charge), words cannot truly convey my... more
Alexandria  Marina Medvin

Marina Medvin

Alexandria, VA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
Attorney Paul Maloof has been representing our company for over 15 years and has done an exceptional job. He... more
Alexandria  F. Paul Maloof

F. Maloof

Alexandria, VA Commercial
Avvo rating 7.7
Best lawyer ever.. She kept me very calm during the whole process because I knew I could trust her and she... more
Alexandria  Marina Medvin

Marina Medvin

Alexandria, VA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
I have worked with Brian Darst for nearly 10 years, specifically related to government contract law. He is... more
Alexandria  Brian Alexander Darst

Brian Darst

Alexandria, VA Government Contracts
Avvo rating 7.2

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practicing lawyers in Alexandria

Originally, the city of Alexandria was part of Washington, D.C. The land was part of the region selected to become the nation's capital, a decision that many in Alexandria welcomed.

However, residents soon came to dislike the arrangement. In the face of strong economic pressures, Alexandra was retroceded back to the state of Virginia in 1846.

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