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LAWPOINTS 24
Calvin Poole (14.3 miles)
Litigation, Personal Injury, Real Estate Other
Greenville, AL 36037, Butler County
LAWPOINTS 20
Greg Albritton (14.7 miles)
Criminal, Real Estate
112 Court Sq,
Evergreen, AL 36401, Conecuh County
LAWPOINTS 19
William Roy Farmer (14.2 miles)
General Practice
102 Montesano Dr,
Evergreen, AL 36401, Conecuh County
LAWPOINTS 19
Todd Brandon Watson (14.6 miles)
General Practice
111 Court St, Ste 207
Evergreen, AL 36401, Conecuh County
LAWPOINTS 19
Gregory Lamar Albritton (14.6 miles)
General Practice
112B Court St,
Evergreen, AL 36401, Conecuh County
LAWPOINTS 19
Anthony James Bishop (14.6 miles)
General Practice
Evergreen, AL 36401, Conecuh County
LAWPOINTS 19
David Truman Hyde (14.6 miles)
General Practice
Evergreen, AL 36401, Conecuh County
LAWPOINTS 19
Clinton Hassell Hyde (14.6 miles)
General Practice
Evergreen, AL 36401, Conecuh County
LAWPOINTS 19
William Thomas Chapman (14.6 miles)
General Practice
Evergreen, AL 36401, Conecuh County
LAWPOINTS 19
Richard Davis Crozier Nix (14.6 miles)
General Practice
Evergreen, AL 36401, Conecuh County
LAWPOINTS 19
Joseph Bethune Nix (14.6 miles)
General Practice
Evergreen, AL 36401, Conecuh County
LAWPOINTS 19
William Beeland Nielsen (14.6 miles)
General Practice
Evergreen, AL 36401, Conecuh County
LAWPOINTS 19
Elisha Calvin Poole (14.3 miles)
General Practice
Greenville, AL 36037, Butler County
LAWPOINTS 14
Jeffrey Trainham Brock (14.6 miles)
General Practice
111 Court St, Ste 200
Evergreen, AL 36401, Conecuh County
LAWPOINTS 14
William Dudley Melton (14.6 miles)
General Practice
Evergreen, AL 36401, Conecuh County
LAWPOINTS 19
Julie Sellers Swann (18.5 miles)
General Practice
4789 Halso Mill Rd,
Greenville, AL 36037, Butler County
LAWPOINTS 19
Darius Emeka Bennett (19.1 miles)
General Practice
2472 Davenport Road,
Greenville, AL 36037, Butler County
LAWPOINTS 24
Patrick Lamont Hays (20.3 miles)
Criminal, Personal Injury, Employee Rights
415 E Commerce St, Ste 201
Greenville, AL 36037, Butler County
LAWPOINTS 24
Danielle Myrick Miller (20.3 miles)
Criminal, Personal Injury, Family Law, Workers' Compensation
700 Court Square,
Greenville, AL 36037, Butler County
LAWPOINTS 24
Walton Ward Hickman (20.3 miles)
Personal Injury
Greenville, AL 36037, Butler County

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