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Attourney Matthew Marin is a highly qualified , knowledgable , and professional lawyer. He was extremely... more
Providence  Matthew Thomas Marin

Matthew Marin

Providence, RI Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.8
I was extremely pleased with Tracy Hermann ... She made my divorce very easy kept in touch with me the entire... more
Providence  Tracy J. Hermann

Tracy Hermann

Providence, RI Family
Avvo rating 7.6
Attorney Balkcom helped me through a very difficult situation and the outcome that I received exceeded my... more
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Lauren Balkcom

Providence, RI Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.2
-Always very concise and clear in communication. No surprises. -Did a great job in managing the dates. -... more
Providence  Matthew Thomas Marin

Matthew Marin

Providence, RI Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.8
I can't say enough about Mr. Marin. From start to finish of my disorderly conduct charge, Mr. Marin was... more
Providence  Matthew Thomas Marin

Matthew Marin

Providence, RI Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.8
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Providence  Jonathan Agins Grode

Jonathan Grode

Providence, RI Immigration
Avvo rating 10.0
From the first meeting I had with Jim I knew I made the right choice. He is very good at informing you to the... more
Providence  James E Smith Esq

James Smith

Providence, RI Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.6
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Providence  Michael J Kiselica

Michael Kiselica

Providence, RI Litigation
Avvo rating 6.7

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Providence was a center for early American revolutionaries. At the Old State House on Benefit street, the Rhode Island General Assembly officially ended their allegiance to the British Empire on May 4th, 1776.

Rhode Island itself was a hotbed of early resistance against the British Empire. The first open act of rebellion occurred in Newport, Rhode Island, when the inhabitants burned the revenue sloop "Liberty" in 1769.