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- Lawyer name:Panasiuk, Pamela Epperson
- Address:1202 Main Street Suite 210Little Rock,AR
- Areas of Practice:Criminal Law 4th Amendment Criminal Law - Federal (White Collar
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Little Rock Criminal Defense Attorney
John Wesley Hall has nearly 55 years of experience representing clients charged with drug crimes, homicide and sex crimes. Our office has also handled cases involving appeals and post-conviction proceedings, and we represent clients in various parole and probation revocation cases.
John Wesley Hall is a former president of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and recognized by Best Lawyers in America and Super Lawyers. We have experience representing clients in various serious crime cases and have been successful at getting clients acquitted of their charges. Some of the violent crimes include crimes with firearms, guns, knives, explosives, and baseball bats. We have been able to prove our clients innocent of homicide charges, due to important factors such as self defense.
Pam Epperson Panasiuk has been a lawyer 14 years, and she was a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for six years trying drug cases. She also was a public defender for two years before that. Like Hall, she gained great trial experience in the public sector before private practice. She worked two years in a big personal injury law firm before joining Hall, and she handles more diverse cases, including personal injury cases.
With our thorough knowledge of the law, we provide aggressive and successful representation for our clients, inside or outside of jail.
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