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LAWPOINTS 27
Joseph W Lucas (35.1 miles)
General Practice
450 N Buena Vista,
Burns, OR 97720, HARNEY County
LAWPOINTS 27
Martin E Thompson (35.1 miles)
General Practice
53 W Washington St, Ste A
Burns, OR 97720, HARNEY County
LAWPOINTS 26
John Benjamin Lamborn (35.1 miles)
Real Estate, Criminal, Bankruptcy, Family Law, Trusts
191 West A St,
Burns, OR 97720, HARNEY County
LAWPOINTS 22
Stephen D Finlayson (35.2 miles)
Real Estate, Trusts, Wills & Probate
610 Valley View Dr,
Burns, OR 97720, Harney County
LAWPOINTS 17
Dewey A Newton (35.0 miles)
General Practice
Burns, OR 97720, HARNEY County
LAWPOINTS 17
Timothy J Colahan (35.1 miles)
General Practice
450 N Buena Vista,
Burns, OR 97720, HARNEY County
LAWPOINTS 17
W D Cramer (35.1 miles)
General Practice
450 N Buena Vista St, #16, Harney County Courthouse
Burns, OR 97720, HARNEY County
LAWPOINTS 17
Riccola J Voigt (35.1 miles)
General Practice
191 W A St,
Burns, OR 97720, HARNEY County
LAWPOINTS 12
John M Eaton (35.1 miles)
General Practice
29 W Washington St, P.O. Box 907
Burns, OR 97720, Harney County

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