Featured Article
48-Hour Rule for Domestic Violence Cases in North Carolina
48-Hour Rule for Domestic Violence Cases in North Carolina

If a person is arrested for allegedly committing a misdemeanor or felony domestic violence offense in North Carolina, he/she will be held in jail without bond for 48 hours until a District Court Judge—instead of a magistrate—must set the individual’s bond, whichever comes ...

Read More

Blog posts in December, 2019

  • What are Deferred Prosecutions and Should I Do One?

    A North Carolina deferred prosecution, simply put, is a contract between a criminal defendant and the State of North Carolina. Deferred Prosecutions ...

    View More
  • Should You Blow?

    One of the questions we’re asked most frequently from people who have been charged with a DWI is, “should I have blown?” One of the questions we hear ...

    View More
  • Private Warrant Domestic Cases

    My spouse took out a warrant on me and wants to drop the case, what happens now? One of the more confusing situations in court is what happens when ...

    View More

Contact the Firm

Schedule a Confidential Consultation Today
    • Please enter your first name.
    • Please enter your last name.
    • This isn't a valid phone number.
    • Please select an option.
    • Please enter your email address.
      This isn't a valid email address.
    • Please make a selection.
    • Please enter a message.
  • Please refrain from sharing confidential information. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.

    • I agree to the terms.

    Please agree to the terms.