North Carolina White Collar Crime Lawyers
Charlotte, NC White Collar Crime Attorney
Saad Law also represents defendants charged with an array of traffic violations and provides the best opportunity to...
Attorney Harris handles every type of criminal offense in both State and Federal Courts and has handled cases ranging from First Degree Murder down to the common traffic ticket and everything in between such as Sex Offenses, Drug Trafficking Offenses, serious Assaults,...
In the past year, Mr. Culbertson has been in both National and State news (see his website for links to newspaper articles (https://culbertsonatlaw.com/news/). He is also one of the elite percentage of attorneys that has a case reported in Federal Law Reports — the large law books that contain the controlling case law of the United States. He has handled dozens of Federal criminal and white-collar crimes, in addition to important Federal and State civil cases. Mr. Culbertson practices appellate...
Attorney Patrick B. Weede, a former state and federal prosecutor and an experienced trial attorney, is uniquely qualified to handle your case. He knows how to identify the key issues and how to think like a prosecutor.
As a prosecutor, Mr. Weede handled almost every type of case, including traffic, DWI, drugs, fraud, property crimes, firearm offenses, common law/armed robbery, and murder. In addition, he...
Many criminal defense attorneys only experience a handful of trials. Thomas Amburgey has tried hundreds of cases in front of a judge and over 70 in front of a jury. Regardless of the charge, Amburgey Law has the trial experience to defend you.
In 2017, Thomas received an AV Preeminent Peer Rating from Martindale Hubbell, America’s oldest and...
In 2006 Laura entered Wake Forest University School of Law and was granted the law Dean's Scholarship. While at Wake Forest, Laura excelled academically in all areas, but she particularly...
Prior to relocating to North Carolina, Mr. Thompson practiced a wide array of litigation in both Georgia and Florida, including...
white-collar criminal defense;
False Claims Act and qui tam, or whistleblower, litigation;
wrongful death and catastrophic personal injury;
aviation and workplace accidents;
class actions and other commercial litigation;
campaign finance and political corruption matters;
intellectual property litigation;
trade secret and non-compete litigation; and
criminal tax investigations.
Mr. Allen's clients have included a former Olympic Gold medalist; a former North Carolina Lieutenant Governor...
Taylor also defends kids charged with crimes in juvenile court. She has helped young people charged with breaking or entering, larceny, possession of marijuana, injury to personal property, and more.
Additionally, she defends men and women accused of violating their federal supervised release or probation conditions in the Federal Western District of North Carolina. She also works with Chris Fialko on many...
I am a State Bar Councilor at The North Carolina State Bar (the regulatory agency of all lawyers in...
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