Our Attorneys


Charles M. Kronzek

 

 

Chuck may be a respected and highly sought after defense attorney now, yet his former careers included an amazing range of professions. From songwriter to police officer to property investor, Chuck has brought his tireless dedication and unflappable manner to every job he’s ever done.

 

 

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John M. English

 

If you’re looking for a guy who lives life to the fullest, loves the outdoors, and enjoys a wide array of activities, then you’re looking for Attorney John M. English. If you’re looking for a great attorney with decades of experience and a deep respect for the legal system, well, you’re still looking for John English. And lucky for you, we know exactly where to find him! in fact you need look no farther than The Kronzek Firm.

 

 

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Brandy J. Thompson

 

 

When you look up the words 'competitive' and 'strong-willed' in the dictionary, you probably won't find Brandy Thompson's picture. But you should! Those are traits she has in spades, and it's part of what makes her the great attorney she is. That, and her fierce dedication, which she applies to everything from shopping and preparing gourmet meals, to helping clients in court.

 

 

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Stephanie M. Service

 

 

The year was 2005. The place: a dark little restaurant in West Virginia, during a family reunion dinner. Stephanie Service was tucking into a club sandwich, when her Grandpa leaned over and asked her what she wanted to do with her life. Her answer? “The usual – get a job, get married, have kids.” His response? “You should think about law school.”

 

 

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Joshua Pease

 

 

Before joining our team at The Kronzek Firm, Joshua Pease spent years working as a solo practitioner. But no man is an island, and lucky for us, Josh joined our team and agreed to share his considerable experience with The Kronzek Firm and our clients.

 

 

 

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Cassandra Drysdale-Crown

 

 

If you’ve ever been around a child for more than five minutes, you’ve probably heard them ask ‘why?’ It’s a staple in most kids’ vocabulary, and they use it a lot. But for Cassandra, it was a state of being. She turned the question ‘why’ into an art form at an early age, and she’s never stopped since. Decades later, she still wants to know all the answers, get to bottom of every mystery, and understand every aspect of every case.

 

 

 

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