John R. Williams and Associates, LLC

John R. Williams and Associates, LLC
  • Established in 1971
  • Firm Size 4
  • For over 30 years, John R. Williams has been committed to providing aggressive, cost-effective legal representation to criminal defendants and those whose civil rights have been violated by police misconduct or employment discrimination.
  • Peer Reviews
    4.8/5.0 (3)
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About this firm

Founded as Roraback, Williams and Avery in 1971, this firm from its inception has specialized in representing the victims of civil rights violations by government officials and corporations, with a focus on police misconduct, free speech and workers' rights. The firm also has had a major concentration in criminal defense and appellate practice.

Areas of Practice (8)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • Criminal Law
  • Civil Trial Practice
  • State Government Law
  • Federal Practice
  • Civil Rights
  • Appellate Practice
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Police Misconduct

People (4)

Peer Reviews

  • 4.8/5.0 (3 reviews)
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Bar Registry

  • Appellate Practice

  • Civil Rights

  • Civil Trial Practice

  • Criminal Trial Practice

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