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Theodore Agnick, P.C. is a powerful, nationally recognized, “trial-oriented” criminal defense law firm that is everything but stereotypical; even before you retain our services, you will quickly understand that “business as usual” has no place in this firm. Our firm has assembled highly skilled, aggressive and successful lawyers. Theodore Agnick has been defending DUI cases for over 18 years. ... view profile
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