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  • 1.Law Offices of John R Browne III A Professional Corporation

    50 California St Ste 3500

    San Francisco,CA

    14.52 mi

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09/02/2015
By: Valentine T.
Law Offices of Roxanne Mosley
A couple year ago I got arrested for Peyote.I contacted Roxanne Mosley right away, and got her on the Case. About 18hrs later I was released from the Alameda County jail. In less than a Month the case was thrown out. I was a free and innocent man once again. Without proper representation the System can swallow you up. Her passion is to avoid that by any means. If you need a real good Lawyer, don't hesitate to call on The Law Office of Roxanne Mosley. She'll work for you, work with you, and make you feel secure working with her. You deserve the best!....Me? I trust only those who are trust worthy!
08/06/2017
By: David P.
Linda Joanne Brown Attorney At Law
I have used Linda Brown as my worker's comp attorney for over 15 years. She has consistently exceeded my expectations, and had always treated me with professionalism and friendship. I would never consider using another attorney, and would recommend her wholeheartedly. Several of my friends have used Linda Brown's practice with satisfactory outcomes.
09/06/2016
By: Julie M.
Law Offices of Roxanne Mosley
Roxanne was extremely professional with my legal services and I would highly recommend her to others who are seeking her assistance. My situation was very involved and emotional for me and Roxanne made me feel calm and held my hand through all that was necessary to get my case resolved in my favor.
07/10/2015
By: Ramona T.
Law Offices of Roxanne Mosley
Roxanne was pleasant but relentless in pursuit of justice of my case. She was thorough when it came to the evidence in support of my position and well prepared. Due to her experience, I retained peace of mind and was very happy with my outcome.
08/06/2015
By: Jamie lynn H.
Law Offices of Roxanne Mosley
I visited the Mosley Mansion in East St. Louis,Illinois,with dear friend Kevin Lamar Harris now a Muslim leader and a new name, I did not recognize,but the name,' Mosley' I do,your still the same ,thank God for that,!
07/27/2015
By: Joseph W.
Law Offices of Roxanne Mosley
I was referred to Ms. Mosley because I was told she was an attorney who really cared and worked hard for her clients. Not only did she go to bat for me, she won my case and I will always be grateful.
05/02/2017
By: Mark C.
Law Offices of Roxanne Mosley
Roxanne was very professional and personal in helping me and my partner. She did her best to put us at ease during a very stressful time, and ultimately got us a result we wanted.
08/05/2016
By: Hamid R.
Law Offices of Roxanne Mosley
Don't let Roxanne's calm smile fool you. She is sharp and laser focused on what she must do. Law Office of Roxanne Mosley really deserves a recommendation from their clients.
01/30/2015
By: Jeff N.
Law Off of Tom Gundlach
This business is incredible!
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