Georgetown, Delaware Criminal Attorneys

Compare 6 attorneys and 4 law firms in Georgetown , DE. Sort by highest rating and years of criminal experience.

John Sandy
Georgetown criminal attorney at Stumpf Vickers and Sandy with 46 years experience

8 West Market Street, Georgetown, DE 19947

Vincent Vickers, II
Georgetown criminal attorney at Stumpf Vickers and Sandy with 40 years experience

8 West Market Street, Georgetown, DE 19947

Timothy Willard
Georgetown criminal attorney at Fuqua Yori and Willard with 34 years experience

26 The Circle, Georgetown, DE 19947

Kim DeBonte
Georgetown criminal attorney at Law Office of Kim DeBonte with 26 years experience

127 South Bedford Street, Georgetown, DE 19947

Tasha Stevens
Georgetown criminal attorney at Fuqua Yori and Willard with 20 years experience

26 The Circle, Georgetown, DE 19947

Michael Abram
Georgetown criminal attorney at Michael Abram with 20 years experience

115 South Bedford Street, Georgetown, DE 19947

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