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CBLS Board Certification in Criminal Law - The California Board of Legal Specialization certifies lawyers as specialists in criminal law. Attorney must show substantial experience, completion of specific task requirements, pass an examination, submit to peer review, and show completion of continuing education requirements in criminal law.

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George Michael Mavris

George Michael Mavris
1 Point St George
Crescent City, CA 95531
Licensed for 26 years, George Michael Mavris is a Criminal Defense and Family Law lawyer who attended Loyola Law School - Loyola Marymount ... read more >
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Northern California Lawyer Referral Service - The Lawyer Referral Service is a community based non-profit service sponsored by Northern California Lawyer Access, Inc., with offices in Grass Valley, CA. Since 1977, this lawyer referral service has helped clients in the northern portion of California find an attorney. Over time, it has expanded its services to 19 Northern California counties including Del Norte County.



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Find a Lawyer in Del Norte County

Northern California Lawyer Referral Service - The Lawyer Referral Service is a community based non-profit service sponsored by Northern California Lawyer Access, Inc., with offices in Grass Valley, CA. Since 1977, this lawyer referral service has helped clients in the northern portion of California find an attorney. Over time, it has expanded its services to 19 Northern California counties including Del Norte County.



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CBLS Board Certification in Criminal Law - The California Board of Legal Specialization certifies lawyers as specialists in criminal law. Attorney must show substantial experience, completion of specific task requirements, pass an examination, submit to peer review, and show completion of continuing education requirements in criminal law.



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