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William S. Pitman, Attorney at Law

William Pitman has a law practice in Los Angeles (CA)
Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Criminal Defense matters.
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P O Box 461401, Los Angeles, CA 90046
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Criminal Defense
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  • California (CA) 1987
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    English
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    California

    Los Angeles: Los Angeles
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    A Good Defense: Public defenders system gives citizens assistance of counsel
    Canon City Daily Record He got his law degree from California Western School of Law. He was able to intern with a criminal defense attorney, who he knew growing up, while in college. "He is a very good attorney, and he handled some pretty high profile cases, death penalty ... more »
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    PR Web (press release) The company that provides marketing services for personal injury, employment, intellectual property, and criminal defense attorneys throughout California has decided to open up their services nationwide. Their plan is to bring the same level of ... more »
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    Virtual-Strategy Magazine (press release) MacGregor & Collins attorneys provide criminal defense representation for those facing charges in Southern California. If you or your loved one has been arrested or accused of domestic violence, assault and battery, or any other crime, taking advantage ... more »
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