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Richard G. Schickele, Attorney at Law

Richard Schickele has a law practice in Sacramento (CA)
916-930-4229
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501 I St, Sacramento, CA 95814
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  • California (CA) 1972
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    Sacramento: Sacramento
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    Cage-fight: Rep scrambles to stop California from imposing its egg laws on ...
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    Examiner.com Spartacus was found inside of the police cruiser on Monday night outside of Officer Berry's Pickens County home; officials have confirmed that the dog died from heat stroke. Currently, two different law enforcement agencies are investigating the dog's... more »
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