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Timothy Earl Wipperman

Timothy Earl Wipperman

Practice areas:

Criminal Defense, DUI & DWI, Appeals

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    About Me

    Tim Wipperman graduated from Columbus College in Georgia summa cum laude (with highest honors) and received his Juris Doctor (Doctor of Laws) from North Carolina Central University School of Law magna cum laude (with high honors). He focuses his practice in the areas of Criminal Defense, DWI and all types of appeals. He has successfully represented clients in all levels of North Carolina state courts, as well as Federal District Court. Tim is admitted to all North Carolina state courts, the Eastern and Middle Districts of North Carolina Federal Courts and the Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.  He is also a NC Dispute Resolution Commission Certified Superior Court Mediator.


     


    Tim is a retired Army officer, having served for 21 years in a variety of Special Forces, Ranger and Infantry assignments around the world. He is frequently asked to lecture on many areas of the law to a variety of educational and military groups. He has served as an attorney-advisor, scoring juror and presiding judge at the regional and state levels of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice High School Mock Trial competition.

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    Practice Areas

    Licensed since 2005

    1. Criminal Defense: 75%
    2. DUI & DWI: 20%
    3. Appeals: 5%

    Payment

    Fees:

    Fixed (Always), Free Consultation (45 minutes)

    Payment Types:

    Cash, Check, Credit Card

    Attorney Endorsements

    5 total 

    • Michael S. Waddington

      I endorse Timothy. He is a highly skilled attorney that is well respected in the legal community.

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      Michael Waddington Military Law Attorney
      Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

    • Seth A. Blum

      Mr. Wipperman is a dedicated, detail oriented, smart, hard working lawyer who simply will not quit until he has ensured his clients the best possible outcome. I would hire him in a heartbeat.

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      Seth Blum Criminal Defense Attorney
      Relationship: Supervised lawyer

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    License
    StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
    NCActive200507/05/2015

    Professional Misconduct

    We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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    Awards
    Award NameGrantorDate Granted
    Floyd B. McKissick Award for Leadership and ScholarshipNorth Carolina Central University School of LawN/A

    Work Experience
    TitleCompany NameDuration
    DirectorNC Division of Veterans Affairs2011 - Present
    Founding PartnerWipperman & Stancil, PLLC2009 - 2011
    AssociateKurtz and Blum, PLLC2005 - 2009
    AssociateLaw Office of Laura Jenkins2004 - 2005

    Associations
    Association NamePosition NameDuration
    American Bar AssociationN/AN/A
    North Carolina Bar AssociationN/AN/A
    North Carolina Advocates for JusticeN/AN/A
    Military Officers of America AssociationN/AN/A
    Veterans of Foreign WarsN/AN/A
    Association of the United States ArmyN/AN/A
    AMVETSN/AN/A
    American LegionN/AN/A

    Legal Cases
    Case NameOutcome
    Shepard v. Bonita Vista Properties, L.P.Plaintiffs' Award upheld by N.C. Court of Appeals and by the N.C. Supreme Court

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    Publications
    Publication NameTitleDate
    Jones and Bartlett PublishersCritical Care Transport (Chapter Reviewer: Medical-Legal Issues)N/A

    Education
    School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
    Columbus State UniversityHistoryBA - Bachelor of ArtsN/A
    North Carolina Central University School of LawLawJD - Juris DoctorN/A

    Speaking Engagements
    Conference NameTitleDate
    NC School of Science & Math Trial TeamAttorney AdvisorN/A
    Fast Track Entrepreneur CourseWhat's In A Name? To Inc. or Not to Inc.N/A
    Critical Care EMT Paramedic TrainingLegal Issues in Critical Care TransportN/A
    82nd Airborne Unit Safety DaysLegal Impact of DWI in North CarolinaN/A