Dobson Law provides detail-oriented scrutinization of the prosecution’s case against the accused to protect the rights of our clients. We defend clients in Wake County (Raleigh, Apex, Garner, Fuquay-Varina, and other surrounding areas), Harnett County (Angier, Broadway, Coats, Erwin, Lillington, and parts of Cameron), and Lee County. Our firm also provides DWI, DUI, and DUID (drunk driving or driving under the influence of drugs) representation in Durham County.

While not an extensive list of all the types of cases our firm handles, we do handle both felony and misdemeanor cases. Our site contains detailed information about charges and potential punishments under each charge below. 

  • Driving without a license or while revoked,
  • Reckless driving,
  • Probation violations,
  • DUI / DWI /DUID,
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia,
  • Possession of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and other drugs,
  • Possession with intent to distribute,
  • Concealment of goods,
  • Larceny,
  • Theft,
  • Assault and battery charges ranging from simple assault to assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious bodily injury, and
  • Breaking and entering.

Click on the links to below to learn specifics about each charge.

Assault and Battery                         Breaking and/or Entering                              The Trial Process

Marijuana Charges                          Cocaine Charges                                              Heroin Charges

Post-Conviction Matters – Appeals

Not all cases end when there is a conviction. Any case where the defendant is found guilty in District Court can be appealed and the accused has a right to a jury trial versus the judge trial alone. This is very common when it comes to DUI/DWI/DUID cases. In Superior Court, the judge may have allowed evidence to be admitted over your attorney’s objection, given improper jury instruction, or made a myriad of other mistakes. When these happen, it raises the potential for appeal which could result in the verdict being set aside and a new trial occurring.

Next Steps…

Being charged with a crime can be unnerving as you face many uncertainties. It is important to have someone who can fight for you, protect your rights in court, and guide you towards making the best decisions for both you and your family. Don’t wait, contact us today. Every minute you wait, is a minute we can’t work on your case. Schedule your free consultation at 919-591-2240 or send us an email by clicking on the button below.

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