John J. Cacheris

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Areas of Practice 1) White Collar Crime, 2) Government Investigations, 3) Drug Crimes, 4) Felonies, 5) Misdemeanors, 6) Traffic Violations, 7) Driving While Intoxicated, 8) Criminal Litigation, 9) Grand Jury Practice, 10) Conspiracy and 11) Fraud
Admitted Year 1994
Education University of Virginia (B.A., 1988)
Most recent firm Dozier, Miller, Pollard & Murphy, LLP
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