Cumberland County, North Carolina Criminal Lawyers
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I finished law school in 2005 and immediately opened my own firm in Raleigh, North Carolina. I began my practice taking criminal cases in North Carolina state courts, with matters ranging from simple speeding tickets up to high level felonies. My practice has been a success because I care deeply for my clients, I consistently get them fantastic results, and I create fee structures that people can actually afford. Over my career, I have taught several seminars to other attorneys on how to properly defend criminal and traffic cases, with a significant emphasis on teaching defense of...
Attorney-at-Law, Reginald Kelly, graduated cum laude in his graduating class from Campbell University School of Law. While in law school, he was Articles Editor of the Campbell Law Review; received Am Jur Book Awards for Real Property II, Advanced Criminal Procedure, and Trial Advocacy; was Marshall in the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International; was a member of the National Moot Court team; was Student Bar Association Legislative Council Representative; and was Treasurer of Toastmasters International. He received his undergraduate degree from North Carolina State University in 1976 magna cum laude. He is a member of the North Carolina Bar,...
As a small dedicated law firm, we represent clients involved in marital disputes. Our knowledge of the law allows us to aggressively represent you when you need someone on your side. We represent people who need help in the following Domestic/Family Law areas: family and domestic law including; child custody, support, alimony, divorce, and property distribution.
Duplin County, NC Criminal Law Lawyer. 10 years experience
404 N. Pine St.
P.O. Box 711
Warsaw, NC 28398
P.O. Box 711
Warsaw, NC 28398
Free ConsultationCriminal and DWI
Hayes was born and raised in Eastern North Carolina and graduated from James Kenan High School in 1998. Hayes attended Hampden-Sydney College in Central Virginia where he met his future wife Emily. A graduate of Campbell University School of Law, Hayes was active in the Honor Court and was elected Cheif Justice of the Honor Court his 3L year. Hayes and Emily reside in Duplin County with their son Miller. In his spare time Hayes can be found running the backroads of Duplin County. He also enjoys fishing and hunting.
I am a Family Law and Criminal Defense lawyer serving the state of North Carolina with experienced legal representation. My focus includes child custody, adoption, and divorce matters. I opened my own law practice in 2000 and have since been providing personalized representation to individuals throughout Garner, Angier, and Raleigh.
Danny Earl Britt, Jr., enlisted in the North Carolina National Guard as a private while he was still attending high school in Tar Heel, NC. Following high school he attended Appalachian State University where he walked on and played football graduating Magna Cum Laude in Boone, North Carolina with a B.S. in Political Science and concentration in pre-legal studies. After graduation, Danny immediately enrolled in law school in Oklahoma. Following law school Danny joined a firm in Elizabethtown North Carolina working for a few years before taking a job with the Robeson County District Attorney's office. Danny served...
Former Prosecutor for 11th Judicial District where I handled thousands of criminal case for State of North Carolina. Went into private practice in 1998 and opened my own law from in 2004. My main focus is Criminal Defense, Domestic/Family Law, Traffic, License Restoration, and Personal Injury. Pride myself on providing excellent service to my clients and forging long term trusted relationships with my peers, judges and law enforcement.
Ed Page is a 1997 graduate of the University of North Carolina's Kenan-Flagler Business School and a 2000 graduate of the University of North Carolina School of Law. Mr. Page served as an Assistant District Attorney in Lee County from 2000 until 2004. During that time, Mr. Page tried hundreds of cases in District Court as the primary District Court prosecutor in Lee County. He also handled felony matters ranging from Murder and Embezzlement to Felony DWI and drug matters. In 2004, Mr. Page became an associate with the Raleigh firm of Yates, McLamb & Weyher, LLP, where he specialized in medical...