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Rory Munns

Top Rated Providence DUI Lawyer

Criminal Defense Attorney Rory Munns

127 Dorrance Street
Providence, RI 02903

Phone: 401-229-5544


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About Rory Munns

Rory Munns is the young superstar DUI Lawyer in Rhode Island. He has extensive experience defending hundreds of clients in multiple jurisdictions in the areas of Criminal Defense, and more particularly, DUI Defense so he feels very confident in providing you with confidence and certainty in such an overwhelming time. Rory works alongside Chad F Bank and is a Partnerin his firm. He has been groomed and learned from the absolute best, and his reviews speak for themselves. He was a top 40 under 40 in 2019 with the American Institute of Trial Lawyers and is a 2020 Three Best Rated "Best DWI & DUI Lawyers in Providence". Rory is in court every day defending clients. He can personally be there to guide you through his system with the experience he has gained after all his years of practice.

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