If you are facing criminal charges, even if it is simple as a misdemeanor traffic violation, it is important to know your rights before appearing in court. At Freedom Law | North Carolina, we are here to help guide you through the process so that you know exactly what your options are and how to proceed in a way that gives you the best chance at a good outcome.
Freedom Law | North Carolina represents clients facing a wide range of misdemeanor and felony charges including drug crimes and drunk driving. The burden of proof in North Carolina is on the prosecution to demonstrate, based on concrete evidence, why you are guilty. However, hiring a criminal defense law firm to represent you can improve your chances of clearing the criminal charges filed against you.
We can provide legal defense for:
In North Carolina, there is criminal court and traffic court, so speeding tickets don’t require a criminal defense attorney but rather a traffic ticket lawyer. Even drivers with a spotless driving record can incur speeding tickets throughout their lifetime. If you receive a ticket, it will include a court date. However, in many instances, your attorney can help you dispose of the case before appearing before the traffic court.
There is an option to waive the charge, which we can help you do online, in person or through mail. It’s also possible to formally request a reduction or dismissal of the ticket online. These options involve petitioning the office of the District Attorney.
Receiving a traffic ticket can be stressful, even for a minor infraction. A traffic ticket attorney from our firm can assist you in contesting your ticket before a traffic court when the ticket is for:
Offenses that are more serious, such as a DWI, can carry a felony charge in North Carolina, requiring you to hire a criminal defense attorney rather than a traffic ticket lawyer. At Freedom Law | North Carolina, we can help with DWI and simple assault charges as well as traffic tickets.
If you have been charged with a DWI in Charlotte, you could face severe penalties, including jail time. Let Freedom Law | North Carolina help you decide the best path forward. Call us today to discuss your case.
In North Carolina, a traffic ticket can carry severe penalties. While they are abundantly common, you could face fines, and even jail time, depending on the violation you have been charged with. If you received a traffic ticket, call us today to discuss your options. Don’t let a ticket cost you your license.
There is a saying that there is “nothing simple about simple assault,” and it could not be more true. In North Carolina, there is no statute that defines assault, and to be charged with assault, you do not even have to cause physical injury to another person. Assault can carry a hefty sentence, including jail time, and a conviction is often detrimental to your life, and can affect your job and employment opportunities. If you have been charged with assault, contact our experienced criminal defense attorney today.
North Carolina’s expungement laws allow you to put your life back together after you have been charged or convicted of certain crimes. An Expungement or Expunction, if granted, will remove your criminal record from the public eye, allowing you to go on living your life without the stigma associated with your past. If you have a criminal record and want it removed, Freedom Law | North Carolina will meet with you to discuss your eligibility.
Hiring the right criminal defense attorney is critical to the outcome of any case. A criminal lawyer from Freedom Law | North Carolina can help you understand your rights. The primary role of your criminal defense lawyer is to defend you against criminal charges brought forward by the prosecution. We inform you of all available options and work with you to develop a defensive strategy that best serves your needs.
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