Criminal Lawyer Patrick Roberts Featured on Radio Show
RELEASED: Nov. 30, 2010
RALEIGH, NC – Criminal lawyer Patrick Roberts of the Roberts Law Group was featured on the Warren Ballentine Show on the Radio One network in late November 2010. Mr. Roberts spoke on important criminal topics, including false allegations of sexual assault, domestic violence and drug crimes.
Radio One is a radio network with stations throughout the United States. The host, Warren Ballentine, is well known as “The People’s Attorney,” according to the network. Ballentine encourages his listeners to engage in truthful discussions about “legal issue, politics, education, religion and sex,” the website states.
As a guest on the Warren Ballentine Show, Mr. Roberts took listeners’ calls and responded to their legal questions on critical criminal defense topics. Mr. Roberts fielded these legal questions while providing unique criminal defense advice based on his significant criminal experience. Mr. Roberts previously worked as a prosecutor and now uses the wealth of knowledge he has acquired to help fight for the rights of the accused in Raleigh and throughout North Carolina.
For more information about the Roberts Law Group, see his criminal defense website and criminal defense blog. Patrick Roberts is a skilled criminal attorney who defends against sex crime charges, DWI charges and abuse charges, among others in Wake County. To contact criminal lawyer Patrick Roberts, please contact the law firm or call 877-880-5753 for a free consultation. Roberts Law Group can also be followed on Facebook at facebook.com/nc.criminal.defense.
North Carolina v. J.S.
Accusation: Indecent Exposure
Potentially Facing: 30 days in Jail
Result: Case Dismissed
Roberts Law Group acted quickly, meeting with the DA’s office to mitigate on behalf of their client, who had no prior criminal history. The Defendant had cooperated fully with the officer. At defense counsel’s prompting, the ADA spoke with his Law Enforcement Officers and determined that Defendant had been through enough already. Dismissed on the first court date.