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Davis, Sturges & Tomlinson, Attorneys at Law - Louisburg, NC

101 Church StreetP.O. Drawer 708 Louisburg, NC 27549- 2528

Updated: 10/15/2021

Louisburg Criminal Litigation Law Firm


Experienced Louisburg, North Carolina, LawyersWith roots in the community that date back to the 1930's, the law firm of Davis, Sturges & Tomlinson, Attorneys at Law, enjoys a long history of success in the courtroom, respect from our legal peers and satisfaction from our clients. Our current partners have provided personalized and aggressive representation with a foundation of extensive legal knowledge since 1973...

About Davis, Sturges & Tomlinson, Attorneys at Law


  • English

Practice Areas

  • Criminal Litigation 35%
  • Real Estate 35%
  • Civil Litigation 15%
  • Family Law 15%
  • Personal Injury


  • AV Rating

Representative Clients

  • Franklin County
  • Union Bank
  • Franklin County Board of Education
  • Louisburg College


  • First Citizens Bank
  • Branch Banking & Trust
  • Toney Lumber Co




  • Cynthia Batton, Receptionist
  • Beth Gordon, Paralegal
  • Phyllis Davis, Paralegal


Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


101 Church StreetP.O. Drawer 708 Louisburg, NC 27549- 2528

Office Hours



  • 919-496-6291

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