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I would recommend Matthew Marin to friends and family, and I keep his number in case I ever need to call him... more
Providence  Matthew Thomas Marin

Matthew Marin

Providence, RI Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.8
Tom was fantastic as always! He stepped right into my case and got it dismissed within minutes of court... more
Providence  Thomas Charles Thomasian

Thomas Thomasian

Providence, RI Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.7
I highly recommend hiring Matthew Marin as your lawyer. Everything was handled in a timely and professional... more
Providence  Matthew Thomas Marin

Matthew Marin

Providence, RI Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.8
I recently met with Mr. Longo for a consultation on a summons I received. He was very informative, offered... more
Providence  John T. Longo

John Longo

Providence, RI Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Avvo rating 8.6
We have used Attorney Veltri for our house closings for over 30 years. We met Attorney Veltri when we bought... more
Providence  Alfred A Veltri

Alfred Veltri

Providence, RI Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.5
John did his best for my case and being a truck driver you can guess how important my licence is. He got my... more
Providence  John R. Grasso

John Grasso

Providence, RI Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.2
Casey Lee was an excellentandand attentive lawyer who represented us in a tough legal situation. Mr. Lee was... more
Providence  Casey Lee

Casey Lee

Providence, RI Bankruptcy & Debt
Avvo rating 5.9
After my son was threatened with mandatory withdrawal from college due to a medical condition during his... more
Providence  Geoffrey M Aptt

Geoffrey Aptt

Providence, RI Employment & Labor
Avvo rating 5.0


practicing lawyers in Providence

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.