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Business Listing   Albin Law Office - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 522-8888

Business Listing   Amsden- John Lyman Attorney - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 586-8700

Business Listing   Angel Charles F Attorney - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 586-1926

Business Listing   Attorney at Law Karl P SEEL - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 586-3128

Business Listing   Avignone- Al Attorney - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 582-8822

Business Listing   Baris- Allan H. Attorney - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 587-5511

Business Listing   Brandis- Kathleen Attorney - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 522-4562

Business Listing   Breuner J Andrew Attorney - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 556-0255

Business Listing   Brown- Gene I. Attorney - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 586-4351

Business Listing   Buckley Daniel P Attorney - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 587-3346

Business Listing   Chuck Watson Trial Lawyer - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 586-4707

Business Listing   Conover- Richard C. Attorney - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 587-4240

Business Listing   Gallik- Brian K. Attorney - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 587-0618

Business Listing   Grigsby- Paul Attorney - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 587-9440

Business Listing   Jackson R Kayle Attorney at Law - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 586-5551

Business Listing   Kauffman- John M. Attorney - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 586-4383

Business Listing   Kommers James M Attorney - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 587-7717

Business Listing   Lichte- Julie Attorney - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 556-1430

Business Listing   McGarry- Julieann Attorney - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 587-4445

Business Listing   Nellen- A. Suzanne Attorney - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 587-4427

Business Listing   Peeler Law Office - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 587-5653

Business Listing   Sedivy- Edmund P.- Jr. Attorney - Bozeman, MT - Phone: (406) 586-4311

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Helpful Definition for: Lawyers - Trial Lawyers

A trial lawyer in Bozeman 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 Bozeman 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 Bozeman are expected to work under strict code of conduct.

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