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Top Ocean Isle Beach DUI / DWI Lawyers - North Carolina

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...

Serving individuals and families throughout Southeastern North Carolina from our law office in Wilmington, Hayes Mann Attorney At Law provides exceptional counsel and support in all of the legal areas that affect you and your family the most. Backed by more than 10 years of legal experience, our law firm's founder, attorney Hayes Mann, has the extensive skills and resources necessary to help...

During the hardest times of your life, you can count on the law firm of Christina Rivenbark & Associates to be there to help. Since 1987, people throughout southeastern North Carolina have counted on our Wilmington-based law firm for strong legal representation in criminal cases and assured guidance in obtaining workers' compensation and Social Security Disability benefits. Strong Defense...

Our firm assists people who have been injured in either an automobile accident or at work. We also take care of clients accused of committing felony and misdemeanor offenses, speeding, drug charges and DWI or DUI. We offer a free consultation....

  Attorney Jonathan Moody founded our Shallotte law firm, Moody Law Office, PLLC, after returning to his native North Carolina after law school. Since the establishment of our firm, Mr. Moody has focused his efforts entirely on protecting the rights of accused individuals and those facing delicate family law challenges. Thanks to his determination and reputation, clients from throughout...

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