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Practice areas & skills: Family, Criminal Defense, DUI & DWI, Litigation
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I am licensed to practice law in all courts of the Commonwealth of Virginia. I am a trial lawyer and member of Cloninger & Bourlier, PLLC. Our firm maintains offices in Prince George and Hopewell, Virginia. With over 30 years of combined service t...
Practice areas & skills: Family, Real Estate, Criminal Defense, Estate Planning
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