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Attorney Rich Trunnell Celebrates 30 Years of Being Barred as a Lawyer

Our legal team at Trunnell Law, LLC is thrilled to announce our very own Attorney Rich Trunnell is celebrating his 30th anniversary of being barred as a lawyer. This exciting accomplishment is one not many legal professionals achieve, and we are honored to work alongside an Anne Arundel County attorney with such an impressive proven track record of success.

Over the course of his career, spanning across 3 decades, Rich has earned a reputation for excellence both in and out of the courtroom. He has participated in over 50 jury trials, hundreds of bench trials, various arbitrations, and has also excelled in his role as a mediator for numerous general civil, custody, and divorce mediations.

Rich’s priority is and has always been to protect and serve his clients’ best interests, regardless of any challenges each case brings. A dedicated family man, Rich is also particularly passionate about giving back to a community he loves so much, that of Anne Arundel County. His various community outreach pursuits, coupled with his personal and professional successes, make us at Trunnell Law, LLC extremely proud to have witnessed the influential impact Rich has had on the legal realm and beyond.

Contact Our Anne Arundel County Lawyer Today

Ranging across a wide range of practice areas, including family law, criminal defense, personal injury and more, you can rest assured you are in the right hands when you enlist the services of our trusted Anne Arundel County attorney of Trunnell Law, LLC. We will fight to advocate on your behalf, regardless of how long or how much it takes to deliver you the most beneficial results possible.

Schedule your initial consultation with a member of our firm by calling (410) 449-7319.

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