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    Lawyers - Trial Lawyers in Altoona

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    Business Listing   Byrnes Donald J Attorney - Altoona, PA - Phone: (814) 946-4316

    Business Listing   Callan- Norman D. Attorney - Altoona, PA - Phone: (814) 941-4600

    Business Listing   Despoy & Nelson - Altoona, PA - Phone: (814) 942-4388

    Business Listing   Hooper Thomas K Attorney - Altoona, PA - Phone: (814) 941-6699

    Business Listing   KROL Theodore J Attorney - Altoona, PA - Phone: (814) 942-7544

    Business Listing   Miller- Catherine Attorney - Altoona, PA - Phone: (814) 946-1606

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    Helpful Definition for: Lawyers - Trial Lawyers

    A trial lawyer in Altoona is one who practices law. A trial lawyer is required to apply the legal theories while handling a case hence the lawyer must hold an appropriate degree in law and should have a valid license. Trial lawyers usually try cases in the court. They represent the individual in the court of law by gathering information for the case. The aim is to settle the case in favor of the client. Many of the trial lawyers in Altoona work for the government. Much time of these lawyers is spent outside the court wherein they investigate the case and also look for helpful information which is gathered from the witnesses. The trial lawyers should possess the ability to think and speak well. All the lawyers in Altoona are expected to work under strict code of conduct.

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