Top Sanford ADR, Arbitration & Mediation Lawyers - North Carolina

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    200 East 4th Street Greenville NC 27858 35.611645 -77.371506

    Serving all of Pitt County and the surrounding areas, The Fitzpatrick Law Firm has two office locations in Greenville, North Carolina, to more conveniently serve the needs of our clients. From our law office located at 200 East 4th Street, we focus solely on criminal law. Led by award-winning attorney Michael C. Fitzpatrick, our law firm provides effective defense strategies for individuals and...

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    401 Chestnut Street,Suite C Wilmington NC 28401 34.238075 -77.94467

    1. Wilmington, NC   Attorney Brett Wentz founded our Wilmington law firm, Wentz Law, PLLC, to offer representation to those living in coastal North Carolina facing both misdemeanor and felony charges. Today, Mr. Wentz has built a reputation as one of the region's most respected criminal defense attorneys, and clients from throughout Pender and New Hanover counties know to turn to him for...

  • 2859 Trent Rd. New Bern NC 28562 35.09571 -77.08459

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    912 Arendell Street Morehead City NC 28557 34.72183 -76.715195

    Attorneys Warren J. Davis, Edward L. Murrelle and Janet M. Lyles are the partners behind our Morehead law firm, Davis, Murrelle & Lyles, P.A. Since our founding in 1981, we have offered individuals and businesses in Carteret, Craven and Onslow counties and the surrounding areas in eastern North Carolina representation for a wide variety of legal needs, including: Personal injury and wrongful...

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