Harley O Wagner

Harley O Wagner

55 Meridian Pkwy., Suite 102
Martinsburg, WV 25404

Phone: 304-901-7400

Website: http://www.westvirginiaduilawyers.com

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About Harley O Wagner

Harley O. Wagner is the owner and operator of The Wagner Law Firm, West Virginia's only exclusive DUI Defense Firm. By and through the National College for DUI Defense and other organizations, Harley has amassed over 800 hours of DUI Defense training in his now going on 20 year DUI Defense career. His DUI practice covers the entire state of West Virginia, having now appeared on DUI cases in 45 of West Virginia's 55 counties on everything from DUI first misdemeanor to DUI homicide cases. Harley is the author of West Virginia DUI Defense, The Law and Practice. He maintains annual recognition by Super Lawyers and has a preeminent AV rating with Martindale Hubbell, along with a 10 AVVO rating.

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