Skip to main content
John D. Bryson

John D. Bryson

Practice areas:

Criminal Defense, DUI & DWI, Federal Crime, White Collar Crime, Speeding & Traffic Ticket

Practice Areas

Licensed since 1985

  1. DUI & DWI: 30%
  2. Criminal Defense: 30%
  3. Federal Crime: 20%
  4. Speeding & Traffic Ticket: 10%
  5. White Collar Crime: 10%

Payment

Fees:

Free Consultation (60 minutes)

Payment Types:

Cash, Check, Credit Card

Attorney Endorsements

6 total 

  • Blake Edward Marcus

    I endorse this lawyer.

    More 

    Blake Marcus DUI & DWI Attorney
    Relationship: Other

  • Marc R. Tyrey

    I endorse this lawyer. Outstanding legal knowledge and courtroom presence. Well respected by peers, law enforcement and prosecutors.

    More 

    Marc Tyrey Criminal Defense Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

Contact Info

Wyatt Early Harris Wheeler, LLP

1912 Eastchester Drive
High Point, NC, 27265

Resume

License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
NCActive198507/05/2015

Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo Contributions
Legal Answers
Awards
Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Legal EliteBusiness North Carolina Magazine2013
The Best Lawyers in AmericaThe Best Lawyers in America2013
North Carolina Super LawyerSuper Lawyers2013
The Best Lawyers in AmericaThe Best Lawyers in America2012
North Carolina Super LawyerSuper Lawyers2012
North Carolina Super LawyerSuper Lawyers2011
The Best Lawyers in AmericaThe Best Lawyers in America2011
The Best lawyers in AmericaThe Best Lawyers In America2010
North Carolina Super LawyerSuper Lawyers2010
Legal EliteBusiness North Carolina Magazine2009
North Carolina Super LawyerSuper Lawyers2009
North Carolina Super LawyerSuper Lawyers2008
AV RatedMartindale-HubbellN/A

Work Experience
TitleCompany NameDuration
Adjunct ProfessorWake Forest University School of Law1994 - Present
PartnerWyatt Early Harris Wheeler, LLP.1992 - Present
Assistant Public Defender18th Judicial Distict Public Defender's Office1986 - 1992

Associations
Association NamePosition NameDuration
National Association of Criminal Defense LawyersMemberN/A
National College of DUI DefenseMemberN/A
North Carolina Academy of Trial LawyersMemberN/A
High Point Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Greensboro Criminal Defense Lawyer AssociationMemberN/A
North Carolina Bar AssociationMemberN/A

Legal Cases
Case NameOutcome
State v. Roberson 163 NC App 129, 592 SE2d 733(2004)Defendant's Seizure Held Unconstitutional
State v. Robinson 335 NC 146, 436 SE2d 125 (1993)Dismissal of Defendant's Murder case affirmed
State v. Pittman 111 NC App 808, 433 SE2d 822 (1993)Search of Defendant Held Unconstitutional

See all Legal Cases 

Education
School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Wake Forest University School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1985
Wake Forest UniversityN/ABA - Bachelor of Arts1980

Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
High Point Bar Assoc. Annual CLEHot Topics for the Criminal Defense Practitioner2013
North Carolina Bar Association Criminal Conversation: The Ultimate CLECase Law and Legislative Update2011
Wake Forest University School of Law, General Practice SeminarRecent Developments in Criminal and District Court Practice2007
Wake Forest University School of Law, Criminal Practice SeminarDefenses to Criminal Prosecution2007
Wake Forest University School of Law, Motor Vehicle SeminarField Sobriety Tests2006
Wake Forest University School of Law, General Practice SeminarRecent Developments in Criminal and District Court Practice, House Bill 10482006
Wake Forest University School of Law, General Practice SeminarRecent Developments - Criminal and District Court Practice2005
North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, The Ultimate Motions Practice SeminarConfidential Informants, Defective Process, and Post-Trial Motions2005
North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, DWI Defenses SeminarAfter the Crash: Handling the DWI Accident Case2005
Wake Forest University School of Law, General Practice SeminarCrawford v. Washington Applied in North Carolina Cases2004
Wake Forest University School of Law, Criminal Practice SeminarCriminal District Court Practice: Weapons and Weapons Offenses2004
Wake Forest University School of Law, General Practice SeminarCriminal District Court Practice2003
North Carolina Bar Association, Seminar Updating Your Advocacy SkillsClosing Argument2003
Wake Forest University School of Law, Criminal Practice SeminarChallenging Blood Tests2002
Wake Forest University School of Law, General Practice SeminarCriminal Trial Practice2001
Wake Forest University School of Law, General Practice SeminarCriminal Trial Practice2000
Wake Forest University School of Law, Criminal Practice SeminarDistrict Court Practice1999
Wake Forest University School of Law, Criminal Trial Practices SeminarMisdemeanor Structured Sentencing1994