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Posted By David L. Carlson, Attorney At Law || 8-Apr-2016

At Carlson & Collier, our Richmond criminal defense attorneys are passionate about defending the rights of men and women you have been wrongly or unfairly accused. Being arrested is stressful enough, but worrying about protecting your reputation and your future can be overwhelming. Our firm is dedicated to pursing our clients’ best interests through customized legal strategies. With over 75 years of collective experience to back us, we have successfully defended those facing charges on both state and federal levels. We are not only aggressive, but we are also compassionate and make sure that our clients fully understand the details of their case and their options. If you are in need of defense, contact our firm today.

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10132 W Broad St,
Glen Allen, VA 23060
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