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Raymond Alan Levites

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Criminal, Lawsuit & Dispute

Attorney Levites is a practicing lawyer in the state of Connecticut.

Raymond Alan Levites

VERIFIED Credentials and Bar Status verified by Lawyer.com on Aug 29 2019
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Criminal, Lawsuit & Dispute, Divorce

Attorney Levites is a practicing lawyer in the state of New York.

Levites & Associates LLC handles criminal matters in New York, New York and the surrounding areas.

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    Levites & Associates LLC
    65 Broadway
    New York, NY 10006
    40.7073311,-74.0123896

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    65 Broadway
    New York, NY 10006

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