EXPERIENCED ATTORNEY SPECIALIZING IN CRIMINAL LAW
Less than one percent of qualified attorneys are board certified in criminal trial law by the Florida Bar.
Maureen Duignan is one of them.
Maureen is also the ONLY female criminal trial board-certified attorney in this four-county area of Northwest Florida.
Ms. Duignan has helped me over the years with several complex legal matters and she has always helped me with honesty, integrity and most of all with superior legal advice. She has alway represented my interest with a great deal of passion and has achieved favorable results for me and my family 100 percent of the time. Outstanding Person and an outstanding attorney – would highly recommend her…Top Qualities: Great Results, Expert, High Integrity
She was professional and easy to communicate with. She was always responsive to our questions and helped us to determine our options and where to go. In the end we were found not guilty on all charges and it was thanks to Maureen.
Maureen Duignan was a life saver for my family during our time of need. She was professional, knowledgeable and compassionate. We always felt informed of our options and were confident in her advice. The outcome from our experience with her as our attorney far exceeded our expectations. I highly recommend Ms. Duignan to anyone needing an attorney.
As a Board Certified Criminal Lawyer, Maureen Duignan is an outstanding attorney with thirty years of diverse trial experience in Circuit, State and Federal Court. She is passionate about practicing law, regularly attends seminars and conferences to stay well informed of changes in our laws, and uses that knowledge wisely to represent clients. Ms. Duignan is an excellent communicator who will work tirelessly with you and for you.
Each criminal case is different, with its own unique fact pattern. There is no guarantee that the results in your case will be the same as cases referenced here.
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