Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) February 14, 2014
An end-of-the-year grand opening and celebration for the Law Offices of Adam M. Smallow in Edgewood was a great success, attended by colleagues, local business owners and former clients. The party included the traditional ribbon-cutting ceremony was attended by two guests of honor, Harford County Councilman Dion Guthrie and Sheriff Jessie Bane, followed by a festive night that was enjoyed by everyone. The food was provided by a local Italian restaurant, and all who attended had a chance to network and to get to know each other in a party atmosphere.
Mr. Smallow is a traffic ticket defense attorney who recently established his new office in Edgewood where a defense lawyer for traffic offenses is sorely needed, with easy access to Baltimore. Since the grand opening, the firm has already become extremely busy, and Mr. Smallow is gaining a reputation for his fast, effective service in traffic ticket defense, as well as DUI/DWI defense.
Those who live or work in the Edgewood area and throughout Baltimore now have easier access to a local attorney they can call upon when needed, for traffic ticket defense, DUI defense, cases involving accusations of leaving the scene, driving on a revoked license, and other serious criminal traffic violations. Many are caught in the area on speeding tickets, and need to act quickly to avoid more points, and possible license suspension or revocation. Now that the Edgewood office has been established, Mr. Smallow is available to address all of these issues as well as any matter concerning drivers’ license restoration, MVA hearings and all other civil and criminal traffic violations. Mr. Smallow invites the community to find out more about the firm, and to connect with them when you are facing minor or serious driving violations. Read more about the firm at http://www.balt-law.com/.