(Wilmington, NC) Just three blocks from the New Hanover County Courthouse and one block from the Federal Courthouse is the new Wilmington office of North Carolina criminal defense law firm Roberts Marcilliat & Mills PLLC. Free, same-day consultations with an experienced defense lawyer are now available at 2 North Front Street, Wilmington, NC, 28401.

The new office is easily reachable by public transit and is just off the intersection of Market Street and Front Street. On-street parking is available throughout the day; the Market Street parking deck is just around the corner.

From the new Wilmington office location, Roberts Marcilliat & Mills PLLC will continue to provide exceptional legal representation to anyone facing state or federal criminal charges, including DWI, drug offenses, sex crimes, or other misdemeanor or felony offenses. The attorneys have more than 45 years of combined experience handling cases in the North Carolina state and federal court systems.

Roberts Marcilliat & Mills PLLC, handles criminal matters on behalf of students, young professionals, military personnel, tourists and anyone else who has been caught up in the North Carolina criminal justice system. For parents of students in the Wilmington area, the defense lawyers of Roberts Marcilliat & Mills PLLC also offer consultations at the firm’s offices in Charlotte and Raleigh if either location proves more convenient for you.

For more information about the firm’s practice, its attorneys or its reputation for achieving successful results in difficult cases, please visit The firm will continue to serve clients in the Wilmington location. More information about the firm’s criminal defense practice can be found at

Roberts Marcilliat & Mills PLLC, can be contacted online via its website or by phone at 919-838-6643. The firm offers a free, same-day initial consultation to anyone facing criminal charges.

North Carolina v. J.S.
Indecent Exposure
Potentially Facing: 30 days in Jail
Result: Case Dismissed

Roberts Marcilliat & Mills PLLC 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.