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  • Federal crime Attorney near Wheaton (Addison)
    Avvo Rating: 6.4  
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    Review: “Commensurate with immensely strategic professional expertise, and deep cognizance of the personal concerns and realities of my serious traffic difficulty, Attorney Borjan Kovaceivic, as a member of a super team of Bryant ...
  • Wheaton Federal crime Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 10  Attention 
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    With over 30 years of legal experience, including experience as a Special Municipal Prosecutor, and two years as a Cook County Sheriff's Deputy, lawyer Salvatore C. Miglore has earned a reputation over the last 30 years for being a quick witted an...
  • Federal crime Attorney near Wheaton (Chicago)
    Avvo Rating: 8.2  
    Licensed
    Mr. Kopec grew up in Wheaton and graduated from Loyola Law School in Chicago.  Mr. Kopec currently lives with his family in Aurora. After law school, Mr. Kopec joined the Cook County State's Attorneys Office in Chicago and for more than seven yea...
  • Wheaton Federal crime Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 6.9  
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    Review: “When Richard took over his fathers practice, I knew I was in great hands. Awesome lawyer and was always able to help me. With all my speeding and other random tickets, he was able to work out a deal every time and luckily...
  • Federal crime Attorney near Wheaton (Naperville)
    Avvo Rating: 10  
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    John Callahan takes the practice of law very seriously.  He gives every ounce of his work effort to defending those charged with crimes from felonies to DUI.  Very often his finds himself representing clients at the Secretary of State to reinstate...
  • Federal crime Attorney near Wheaton (Naperville)
    Avvo Rating: 7.2  
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    As a practicing attorney for well over a decade now, I’ve gained a wealth of practical experience that will benefit you.   I’ve successfully defended individuals charged with state and federal crimes. Serious offenses, such as financial crimes, ...