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  • Member Since:

    February 01, 2007

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    Male

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    Female

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    49

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    Legal

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    Saint Louis, MO

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    Virgo


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Always remember - Freedom isn't Free!!

An aggressive and sharp attorney is here to handle all of your legal matters. My areas of practice include but are not limited to, criminal law, traffic, child support, visitation, personal injury and Constitutional Issues.

Have you received a traffic ticket? We can assist you with avoiding points so that you may keep your insurance costs low and avoid losing your license. Contact us at 314 766-4545 or www.jfitzgeraldw@yahoo.com

The consultation is free and phones are answered evening and weekends, as well as normal business hours for your convenience. When you call, you will speak with an attorney who can advise you of your options. If an attorney is not immediately available, all calls are returned within 24 hours.

All traffic citations, including DUI and driving while suspended are handled. The firm also handles other criminal matters and bankruptcy.

Please feel free to call or e-mail at any time for a free consultation and fee quote. Affordable rates starting at $50.00.

Call for special within the City of Saint Louis Municipal Court!

John Fitzgerald Washington

4144 Lindell, Suite 225

Saint Louis, Missouri 63108

(314) 766-4545

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