El Paso Laws
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El Paso is a city steeped in history. Once known as the "Six Shooter Capital" during the late 1800s because of its lawlessness, El Paso and its over 672, 000 residents are now much more peaceful and law-abiding. However, if you’re involved in a case in El Paso County or just need legal advice, FindLaw can help. Here you’ll find a directory of courthouses, a list of free or low-cost legal aid, plus useful articles about personal injury, criminal cases, and more.
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