Marietta Attorneys

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Marietta  Sean Robert Whitworth

Sean Whitworth

Marietta, GA Family
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David King

Marietta, GA Business
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Scott Semrau

Marietta, GA Speeding & Traffic Ticket
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Marietta  Matthew F. Enslein

Matthew Enslein

Marietta, GA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.3
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Marietta  Erik John Broel

Erik Broel

Marietta, GA Probate
Avvo rating 9.7
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Marietta  Odis William Williams II

Odis Williams

Marietta, GA Estate Planning
Avvo rating 6.1
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Marietta  David Shepherd West

David West

Marietta, GA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.0
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Marietta  Carlos Javier Rodriguez

Carlos Rodriguez

Marietta, GA Criminal Defense
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practicing lawyers in Marietta

Marietta has its own epic place in American history. The second most populous city in Georgia, Marietta’s city square was the site of the Great Locomotive Chase during the Civil War. Militia trained in the Marietta Square, and it was also the location of a military hospital.

The Chase was a military raid where Union Army volunteers took over a train and commandeered it to Tennessee, damaging the Atlanta Railroad line as they went. They eluded Confederate soldiers and locomotives giving chase along the way.

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