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Paul B. Daiker, Attorney at Law
(216)696-0900
3912 Prospect Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115
Criminal Defense, Family Law, Personal Injury
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Michael W. Shultz

Lawyer Michael W. Shultz licensed to practice in Ohio since 1995
Office: 216-750-1333, 315 Struthers-Liberty Road, Campbell, OH 44405

Sherman Miles

Lawyer Sherman Miles licensed to practice in Pennsylvania since 1991
Office: 330-750-9251, 861 Almasy Drive, Campbell, OH 44405

Sherman J. Miles Jr.

Lawyer Sherman J. Miles Jr. licensed to practice in Ohio since 1991
Office: 330-750-9251, 861 Almasy Drive, Campbell, OH 44405

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