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James M. Burge, Attorney at Law

James Burge has a law practice in Lorain (OH)
Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Criminal Defense matters.
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600 Broadway, Lorain, OH 44052
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    USA TODAY A second defense attorney, Ed Bryan, said Hunt will plead not guilty and said there are credibility issues with the mother. There was no immediate response to phone and email messages left for the attorney representing Brown. Public records show ... more »
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    Fox News Allegedly enslaved Ohio woman spent time in prison. Published June 19, 2013. Associated Press ... A second defense attorney, Ed Bryan, said Hunt will plead not guilty and said there are credibility issues with the mother. There was no immediate ... more »
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