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Arik G. Turner (4.2 miles)
International Tax, Tax
3217 County Route 6,
Hammond, NY 13646, Saint Lawrence County
Rafael Angel Olazagasti (3.7 miles)
Family Law, Criminal, Personal Injury
316 Main Street, 2Nd Floor
Morristown, NY 13664, Saint Lawrence County
Mahlon Thompson Clements (3.5 miles)
General Practice
912 Main St,
Morristown, NY 13664, SAINT LAWRENCE County
Barbara R Lake Potter (3.7 miles)
General Practice
Morristown, NY 13664, Saint Lawrence County
William W. Ball (5.1 miles)
General Practice
76 River Rd.,
Hammond, NY 13646, SAINT LAWRENCE County
Clarence Henry Gratto (5.7 miles)
General Practice
3953 State Highway 37,
Ogdensburg, NY 13669, Saint Lawrence County

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... Thereafter, as defendant's conviction was related to a controlled substance, the Immigration and Naturalization Service commenced deportation proceedings against him (see 8 USC § 1227 [a] [2] [B] [i]). Defendant subsequently moved to vacate the judgment of conviction ...