Top Laurel Park Civil Rights Lawyers - North Carolina

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    Messer Law Firm in Asheville, North Carolina, provides experienced state and federal criminal law representation to clients throughout the region. Al Messer has more than 15 years of experience and a proven record of success handling criminal law matters ranging from traffic tickets to homicide defense. As a board-certified specialist in state and federal criminal law, he has demonstrated a high...

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    Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC, is dedicated to providing excellence in legal representation. Our firm offers a broad range of legal services to meet our clients' needs. Every client is extremely important to us, and we strive to give the assistance needed to obtain the best results possible....

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    Melrose Law exclusively and aggressively represents victims of serious injury, wrongful death, and medical malpractice.  We also represent heirs contesting Last Wills and those involved in estate litigation.  Mark R. Melrose is a well respected specialist in these types of cases with a practice throughout western North Carolina.  Our law firm has built a strong reputation for...

  • The Pope McMillan, P.A. law firm has been serving Iredell County since 1915. Our attorneys represent clients in personal injury, civil litigation, social security disability, workers compensation, family law, business law, land use and zoning, real estate and estate planning and administration among other areas of practice. We practice in many areas of law and often handle cases such as: Civil...

  • Attorney Anthony Burts II is the founder of our Charlotte law firm, Burts Law, PLLC. Since founding our firm, Mr. Burts has focused his efforts on representing the interests of clients from throughout southwestern North Carolina who have legal needs in the following areas: Criminal law Personal injury law Mr. Burts chose our law firm's practice areas because he believes clients facing challenges...

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