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1. Fans of Fieger
News and information on famed attorney and radio show host, Geoffrey Fieger.
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2. Johnnie Cochran Biography
Johnnie Cochran, Jr. began his legal career in Los Angeles as a Deputy Attorney for the city's criminal division.
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3. Johnnie Cochran Lawfirm Site
Johnnie Cochran: The man; his focus; his goals.
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4. Houston Criminal Attorney - John T. Floyd Law Firm
Houston Criminal Defense Lawyer representing businesses and individuals accused of serious Federal and State crimes.
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5. Celebrity Criminal Attorney Darren T. Kavinoky
Darren Kavinoky has lectured throughout the U.S., been featured in dozens of interviews and has published countless times. Darren may be contacted to schedule an interview.
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