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Attorney Wells Secures Not Guilty Verdict for Client in Federal Case
Attorney Wells Secures Not Guilty Verdict for Client in Federal Case

When our client KRB – name obscured for privacy's sake – came to our law firm after being charged with not one but two federal criminal violations, we knew we had a fight ahead of us. Statistically, securing a not guilty verdict for a federal case is a rare achievement, with ...

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  • Attorney Wells Secures Not Guilty Verdict for Client in Federal Case

    When our client KRB – name obscured for privacy's sake – came to our law firm after being charged with not one but two federal criminal violations, we knew we had a fight ahead of us. Statistically, ...

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  • Attorney Wells Quoted in Article by The Wire

    In an article titled " The Rest of Alaska's Crime Story " by The Wire on FactCheck.org, Attorney Steve Wells from the Law Offices of Steve M. Wells is quoted. He gives his professional opinion ...

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  • Steven Wells Featured on ABC News

    Steven Wells was quoted in a March 3 story on ABC News , where he commented on a case where he is representing a client accused of selling heroin to a 14 year old girl who died of drug-related ...

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  • U.S. Supreme Court Update

    The U.S. Supreme Court this week rendered an important decision regarding pre-trial asset restraint. In Kaley v. United States , the Court allowed the Department of Justice to restraint a defendant's ...

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  • Misdemeanors vs. Felonies

    What is the difference between a misdemeanor and a felony? When people come to the Law Offices of Steve M. Wells for help from the firm's Alaska criminal defense attorney, one of the first questions ...

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  • Criminal Defense Blog from the Law Offices of Steve M. Wells

    People who have been arrested and charged with a crime can often suffer from a great deal of emotional hardship such as fear, anxiety, uncertainty regarding the future, embarrassment, and even anger ...

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