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Anne M. Bair, Attorney at Law

Anne Bair has a law practice in Schenectady (NY)
518-396-6500
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514 State Street, Schenectady, NY 12305
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Criminal Defense: Crimes Against Property (Arson, Burglary, Hot Checks, Larceny, Shoplifting, Theft, Vandalism), Crimes Involving Drugs, Criminal Appeals, Criminal Record Expungement, Driving Under Influence/DWI, Extradition, Federal Crime, Felonies, Felony Auto Accidents, Fraud & Financial Crimes (Bank Fraud, Embezzlement, Identity Theft, Insurance Fraud, Money Laundering, Racketeering, Securities Fraud), Grand Jury Proceeding, Gun Charges, Homicide, Inmate's Rights & Prison, Internet Offences & Computer Crimes, Juvenile Crimes, Kidnapping; Forgery, Misdemeanors, Parole and Probation Violations, Police Brutality, Posession of Firearm, Prostitution, Robbery, Assault & Battery, Theft, Search & Seizure, Sex Crimes, Solicitation & Pandering, Traffic & Moving Violations, White Collar Crime
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  • New York (NY) 2004
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    English
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    New York

    Schenectady: Alplaus, Delanson, Duanesburg, Pattersonville, Quaker Street, Rotterdam Junction, Schenectady

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