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  • Language: English

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Bruce A. Mason

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Criminal, Juvenile Law, Accident & Injury, Traffic

Bruce A. Mason grew up in Fairmont, West Virginia. He graduated magna cum laude from West Virginia University in 1986 with a Bachelor of Science degre... (more)

When facing legal challenges, you need to feel comfortable that your case is being skillfully handled by attorneys who will go the distance. At the law office of Mason & Mason, this is what we do best. Located near the Cape Fear River in Wilmington, North Carolina, the firm represents clients in state and federal court for a broad range of Criminal Defense Law, Family Law, Personal Injury Law, Wilmington DWI Lawyer and Civil Litigation cases. You can rest assured knowing that you have the right help to get through tricky times – and that we will get the job done. When you are ready to hire a Criminal Defense Attorney in Wilmington, NC, you should look for one with the most experience in the court room, and Mason & Mason have years of Criminal Defense experience.

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    Mason and Mason
    514 Princess Street
    Wilmington, NC 28401
    34.2367775,-77.9426093
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