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James E. Novak

James Novak, Law Office of James E. Novak, PLLC

The Law Office of James Novak, PLLC

4500 S Lakeshore Dr Ste 352
Tempe, AZ 85282

Phone: 480-413-1499

Website: https://www.arizonacriminaldefenselawyer.com/

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About James E. Novak

James Novak of The Law Office of James Novak is DUI and experienced criminal defense attorney in Tempe AZ. Attorney James Novak, has been practicing law over 20 years. He is a former Maricopa County Prosecutor, and dedicated criminal defense attorney. He defends individuals charged with alcohol DUI, marijuana DUI, drug DUI, impaired driving to the extreme and super extreme, aggravated DUI, underage 21 DUI, and other crimes.


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