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Edward Joseph Berry (7.3 miles)
Business & Trade, Litigation
117 1st Ave E,
Oneonta, AL 35121, Blount County
Ronnie Hugh Blackwood (7.4 miles)
Personal Injury
321 1st Ave E,
Oneonta, AL 35121, Blount County
Ted Leon Williams (7.5 miles)
Oneonta, AL 35121, Blount County
Elizabeth Braden Nash (7.5 miles)
Criminal, Commercial Real Estate, Mini-trials, Corporate, Private Schools
Oneonta, AL 35121, Blount County
Heather May Bellew (7.5 miles)
Bankruptcy & Debt, Business & Trade, Divorce
Oneonta, AL 35121, Blount County
Theodore Jerome Cook (0.0 miles)
General Practice
1585 Deavers Town Rd,
Cleveland, AL 35049, Blount County
Stephen Gray Mahon (1.9 miles)
General Practice
68 Blackburn Ridge Cir,
Cleveland, AL 35049, Blount County
William Jefferson Sherrer (8.8 miles)
Criminal, Family Law, Private Schools, Wills & Probate, Municipal
231 2nd Ave E,
Oneonta, AL 35121, Blount County
Brandon Charles Neal (8.8 miles)
Criminal, Personal Injury, Family Law, Wrongful Death, Divorce
217 2nd Ave E,
Oneonta, AL 35121, Blount County
Brett Ashley King (4.8 miles)
General Practice
29984 State Highway 79, Ste 200
Locust Fork, AL 35097, Blount County

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... And possibly, it might have even hit the metal across the top of the car, because I'm a tall lady, you know. But I did have a head injury. In fact, I almost lost consciousness.". Following the accident, Phillips's grandson was called to the scene, and he took her to the hospital. ...

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... Tyson contends that the Macon Circuit Court does not have subject-matter jurisdiction over an action seeking to enjoin the enforcement of criminal laws of the State of Alabama. We agree. The general rule is that a court may ...