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J. Baxter SharpIII (6.3 miles)
Real Estate, Adoption, Collection, Family Law, Landlord-Tenant
Brinkley, AR 72021, Monroe County
LAWPOINTS 12
John William Martin (6.3 miles)
General Practice
Brinkley, AR 72021, Monroe County
LAWPOINTS 7
Ralph M. Clifton (6.3 miles)
General Practice
Brinkley, AR 72021, Monroe County
LAWPOINTS 7
James Baxter Sharp (6.3 miles)
General Practice
Brinkley, AR 72021, Monroe County
LAWPOINTS 7
Joseph S. Baker (7.7 miles)
General Practice
528 Lee 912,
Moro, AR 72368, Lee County
LAWPOINTS 7
Bob Burress (11.1 miles)
General Practice
2314 Highway 78W,
Moro, AR 72368, Lee County
LAWPOINTS 7
Bob Burress (11.1 miles)
General Practice
2314 Highway 78W,
Moro, AR 72368, Lee County

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