1.Eddie R. McClendon, Attorney at Law
403 W Hubbard St
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Attorney AT LAW.
2.Law Office of Michael Burns
409 W Hubbard St
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More than 40 years experience in the criminal justice system. Extensive experience in criminal trial work. Appeals. Also. More than 20 years experience in employment LAW for employers and employees.
3.The Law Office of Brown and Ford, LLC
516 W Hubbard St
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Attorneys Zinn Brown and Tim Ford grew up in the area and after attending law school, Zinn graduating from the South Texas College of Law and Tim from the Texas Wesleyan University College of Law, ret
4.Chad Cannon Atty. at Law
205 S Oak Ave Ste A
204 SE 1st Ave
6.Gault & Gault
403 S Oak Ave
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102 NE 2nd St
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