Mark A. Kennedygraduated from the University of Missouri - Columbia, School of Law... more
Mark A. Kennedygraduated from the University of Missouri - Columbia, School of Law in 1978. He began his practice in Poplar Bluff in 1979, and has tried multiple criminal and civil jury trials. Personal injury, wrongful death, products liability and criminal defense trial work law are his primary areas of concentration.
Christopher L. Yarbro graduated from the University of Missouri - Columbia, School... more
Christopher L. Yarbro graduated from the University of Missouri - Columbia, School of Law in 2004, achieving honors including the deans list for all semesters, CALI award of excellence in the field of modern payment systems, a qualifying candidate for Missouri Law and Policy Review Candidate, and the George I Wallach endowment. He began his practice in Poplar Bluff in 2004, and has tried multip... view profile
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