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Our attorneys are constantly fielding questions from new clients. Some of these questions relate to the specific details of a case, while others are more general and focus on a practice area. To help answer common questions relating to a specific practice area – we have created an FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) video series. In this series – local attorney Russell Crumbley answers frequently asked questions relating to criminal defense, DUI defense, divorce, family law, elder law, estate planning, personal injury, and more.

If you have legal questions, and do not see answers provided below – send them to us here. An attorney from our team will provide you with an answer. If your question is popular, it could be included in a future FAQ series video. Alternatively, if you would like to schedule a consultation to meet with an attorney – click here. Free phone and office consultations available for cases in Alabama relating to criminal defense, DUI, and personal injury.

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