I am a partner at the law firm of Hawkins, Boley AlDabbagh. My primary areas of... more
I am a partner at the law firm of Hawkins, Boley AlDabbagh. My primary areas of practice are criminal defense and personal injury. I love my job because I love standing up for the little guy against the power of the government or the power of a large insurance company. In my free time, I do Crossfit and I love fast cars and motorcycles. It is a good thing I can also fix traffic tickets.
Jacqueline Mary McQuigg has been practicing law, for over 25 years. Actually a bit... more
Jacqueline Mary McQuigg has been practicing law, for over 25 years. Actually a bit longer, but a lady, never tells her age. Jacqueline is licensed here in Nevada and in California. Jacqueline has made Las Vegas her home for many years. Jacqueline's husband Richard, has recently retired from practicing law, but her two children are currently in law school. Jacqueline has two beautiful ... view profile
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