We have handled over 5000 cases in the last 12 years.
Here are just a few examples of the results we’ve obtained…

Reduced Charges


North Carolina v. E.D. – Our client was the subject of a large-scale federal investigation by the United States Secret Service for identity theft crimes in North Carolina and several other states. Our firm dedicated multiple attorneys to this complex financial crime case and ultimately brokered a plea resolution involving the district attorneys of two North Carolina counties as well as the US Attorney’s Office – a deal which ultimately allowed our client to avoid prison time and any felony convictions as well as avoiding federal prosecution.


State v. B.L. – Our client was charged with four Class B1 felony sex offenses against a child as well as four counts of indecent liberties with a child. For each of the Class B1 felony offenses alone, our client was facing LIFE in prison. We resolved our client’s case with a misdemeanor Alford plea to simple assault, and the client received a “PJC” as his sentence (i.e., the judge declined to impose any punishment).


State v. L.O. – Our client was charged with Level III Conspiracy to Traffic Heroin, and faced a mandatory minimum sentence of 225 months in prison and a $500,000 fine. Ultimately, our client pled guilty to the significantly reduced charge of attempted Level II trafficking heroin, and received a sentence of 25 to 42 months. She did not offer any cooperation to law enforcement.


State v. B.C. – Our client was charged with Sexual Battery, which would require him to register as a sex offender if convicted. Upon investigation, we discovered that the alleged victim was attempting to sue our client’s employer for civil damages due to “emotional distress.” We negotiated a “deferred prosecution” agreement for our client, where he would complete community service in exchange for a dismissal and would not have to register as a sex offender.


State v. M.C. – Our client was charged with Assault with a Deadly Weapon with Intent to Kill, Discharging a Firearm into an Occupied Dwelling, and Possession of a Firearm by a Felon. At trial, the alleged victim answered that he did not recall many details about the alleged encounter with our client. We were also able to get the alleged victim to put his cane down and demonstrate how he allegedly fought our client using various karate-style moves. After this display by our team, the State offered to allow our client to plead to a misdemeanor charge of Carrying a Concealed Gun, with a stipulated probationary sentence.

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State v. J.A. – First Degree Rape

Not Guilty

State v. B.S. – First Degree Murder

Reduced Charges

State v. E.D. – Identity Theft

No Charges Filed

State v. J.A. – First Degree Rape

Each case is different and must be evaluated on its individual facts. We work hard to assess each case individually. Prior results do not guarantee any future outcome.


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