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Jason A. Steinberger has over a decade of experience practicing criminal law in New York City and is uniquely qualified to handle your criminal case. Jason Steinberger is a former New York City Criminal Prosecutor, former Assistant District Attorney, former Adjunct Law Professor and Criminal Defense Attorney who has dedicated to practice to representing those who have arrested by New York City Law Enforcement. Read More »
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Attorney Goline has years of experience in criminal law and DWI matters. He is both well-versed in the state’s laws and experienced with the court system in North Texas. After receiving his J.D. from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in 2004, he passed the Texas Bar in 2005 and has been practicing law in the state ever since. Read More »
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Attorney Goline has years of experience in criminal law and DWI matters. He is both well-versed in the state’s laws and experienced with the court system in North Texas. After receiving his J.D. from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in 2004, he passed the Texas Bar in 2005 and has been practicing law in the state ever since. Read More »
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Attorney Goline has years of experience in criminal law and DWI matters. He is both well-versed in the state’s laws and experienced with the court system in North Texas. After receiving his J.D. from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in 2004, he passed the Texas Bar in 2005 and has been practicing law in the state ever since. Read More »
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Our attorneys focus exclusively on criminal defense and therefore are knowledgeable in the best arguments to make for each individual case. We understand that your case offers a unique set of facts and we are ready to rise to the challenge. We practice throughout the state of New Mexico in each state court, as well as Federal Court. Read More »
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