Carnell T Johnson

Carnell T Johnson

Immigration Attorney
Charlotte, NC




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Spanish , English

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About Me

I am a partner at Johnson & Nicholson in Charlotte, NC.  I practice in the areas of Criminal Law, DWI and Immigration, including removal proceedings.

Practice Areas

Payments & Fees

Payment Types

Cash, Check, Credit Card


Fixed (Sometimes), Free Consultation (30 minutes), Retainer (Sometimes)

Client Reviews

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Very smooth experience with very reasonable fee

Posted by: a client 2 months ago.

I live in Canada and I had a speeding ticket while I was driving in North Carolina. I usually do not speed, but I simply did not see the speed limit...


Posted by: Jessica 5 months ago.

Mr. Johnson is amazing! He is efficient, prompt, attentive to all questions, and extremely knowledgeable. His assistant Maria has also helped make my...
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Brandon Rice Roseman
Brandon Roseman

Charlotte, NC

5 months ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

Carnell is an experienced and knowledgeable defense lawyer. He is not afraid to fight for his clients interests.
Dr. George D. Pappas
Dr. George Pappas

Asheville, NC

5 months ago

Relationship: Worked together on matter

I endorse this lawyer. Attorney Johnson is outstanding. I have worked with Attorney Johnson on several client matters and his dedication and...
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2007 License Status: Active for the state of New Jersey.
Last updated by Avvo: 11/30/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2008 – 2009

Public Defender's Office


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2007 JD - Juris Doctor in Law

Rutgers School of Law-Newark


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2014 Top 100 Trial Lawyers

National Trial Lawyers Association


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2007- present Member

American Bar Association

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Showing 2 of 3 publications

2013 Mexican mother will be able to stay one year more

La Noticia

2011 U.S. authorities nullify deportation order for immigrant teen

Speaking Engagements

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2010 Veterans Disability

at Veterans With Disabilities Summit

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