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North Carolina Criminal Defense

A North Carolina Criminal Defense Attorney values your rights and can explain them to you.

We understand how scary it can be to face prison time when you have been charged with a crime. Not everyone accused of a crime ends up in jail. Some people get the charges dropped or significantly reduced just because the police failed to follow proper procedure.

The United States Constitution provides you with certain rights. A criminal defense attorney can explain those rights to you. The police are not allowed to perform an illegal search and seizure of your property. They are also required to read you your rights before questioning you when they take you into custody. You have the right to request and have an attorney present while the police question you.

However, it is not always easy for you to determine whether any of your rights have been violated. It makes sense to let a North Carolina criminal defense lawyer review the facts in your case and determine this for you. He or she may be able to identify any errors in the actions the police took.

Moreover, a North Carolina criminal defense attorney may explain the risks you face if you make an unwise decision to take certain actions yourself. Criminal defense is complicated and a lawyer may explain which options can help you protect your future.

To discuss your case with a North Carolina criminal defense attorney, give us a call at 877-445-1059. The call is free, and we will connect with you a North Carolina attorney for your initial consultation. Another way you can contact us is by filling out the online case evaluation form. Once we receive the evaluation, we will call you to schedule your appointment.

Learn which choices you should make in order to protect your future.

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