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Everett M Urech (10.5 miles)
Personal Injury, Criminal, DUI-DWI, Divorce, Employment
510 N. Daleville Avenue,
Daleville, AL 36322, Dale County
Alfred F Livaudais (10.5 miles)
Personal Injury, Civil Rights, Criminal, DUI-DWI, Divorce
510 N. Daleville Avenue,
Daleville, AL 36322, Dale County
David White (2.0 miles)
Lawsuit & Dispute
105 East College Street, PO Box 311412
Enterprise, AL 36331, Coffee County
William J Moore (2.8 miles)
Family Law, Criminal
1247 Rucker Blvd, Ste 2
Enterprise, AL 36330, Coffee County
David Gerald Poston (1.6 miles)
Bankruptcy, Reorganization, Litigation
Enterprise, AL 36331, Coffee County
Letitia Lynn Myers (2.0 miles)
Immigration, Criminal, Family Law
Enterprise, AL 36331, Coffee County
Joe Calvin Cassady (2.0 miles)
Enterprise, AL 36331, Coffee County
Gary Wyatt Stout (2.0 miles)
Personal Injury, Bankruptcy, Wrongful Death, Social Security
Enterprise, AL 36331, Coffee County
John Richard Hollingsworth (2.0 miles)
Criminal, Personal Injury, Bankruptcy, Social Security, Family Law
Enterprise, AL 36331, Coffee County
Richard Edward Waldrop (2.0 miles)
Criminal, Personal Injury
Enterprise, AL 36331, Coffee County

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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 ...