Top Edenton Litigation & Appeals Lawyers - North Carolina

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    The law firm of Frasier & Griffin, PLLC, in Durham, North Carolina, offers a full range of services in a wide variety of practice areas to meet the legal needs of our clients. Serving residents in the Durham metro area, as well as throughout the Triangle region and across the state, our law firm provides dependable, effective representation for those with legal needs related to any of the...

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    Facing a DWI or other criminal charge is concerning - but it is not the end of the line. At Hiltzheimer Law Office, PLLC, in Durham, North Carolina, we have an established track record of dismissed cases, reduced charges and not guilty verdicts. Our criminal defense practice is comprehensive and covers matters that include drug crimes, larceny, weapons charges, sex offenses and traffic tickets. We...

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    The mission of Durham-based law firm Sessoms & Rogers, P.A., is to always exceed the expectations of its clients by seeking to obtain the best results possible and by doing so in a professional, ethical and compassionate manner. Traffic matters From speeding citations and suspended licenses to parking tickets, the firm strives to make navigating the traffic law system as simple as possible for...

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    When we founded the law office of Edwards & Trenkle, PLLC, we did so with the intention of providing aggressive criminal defense to people in Durham, North Carolina and the surrounding area. Our partners, Mark Edwards and Robert Trenkle, are board-certified specialists in state and federal criminal law. They leverage decades of combined experience to represent clients facing misdemeanor...

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