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Randy Sue Pollock

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International, Criminal
I have over 35 years of trial experience in federal and state courts. I handle all types of cases

Randy Sue Pollock is an experienced trial attorney specializing in criminal defense and complex white-collar cases in both federal and state court. Sh... (more)

Law Offices of Randy Sue Pollock
3824 Grand Ave
Oakland, CA 94610
37.817716,-122.244633
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3824 Grand Ave
Oakland, CA 94610

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