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Fairfax, Arlington, Prince William, Loudoun Counties & Beyond
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To the extent that our Fairfax Criminal Lawyer Website addresses past victories, current cases, and client testimonials, each case is different (e.g., with a different set of facts, law, and adjudicators), and such information is by no means meant to indicate the results that Fairfax Criminal Lawyer Jon Katz will be able to obtain for future clients.
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IF ONLY WE COULD SKIP THE FOREGOING FORMALITIES
We would prefer to skip the foregoing formalities (other than the disclaimer, which is important under all circumstances), and look forward to the day when we do not need them.