I am dedicated to taking your case "all the way." Too many people settle their cases... more
I am dedicated to taking your case "all the way." Too many people settle their cases for pennies on the dollar because their lawyers are afraid of taking the matter to trial. Insurance companies pick up on this and offer less and less to settle cases, putting you at an extreme disadvantage. You wont have that problem as one of my clients, because inside the courtroom is where I thrive. When... view profile
I was born and raised in Wilmington, North Carolina. I attended the University of... more
I was born and raised in Wilmington, North Carolina. I attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where I earned a degree in the administration of criminal justice. I attended law school at Campbell University now located in Raleigh, North Carolina, where I met my future husband, Johnny Foster, also a law student at Campbell University. After law school, I returned home to Wilming... view profile
I have spent almost a decade practicing criminal law as both a Defense Attorney and... more
I have spent almost a decade practicing criminal law as both a Defense Attorney and as a Criminal Prosecutor. This dichotomy provides me with the unique opportunity to have gained experience in both forums of law. I began my career in 2006, where I represented indigent clients in matters of criminal defense ranging from simple misdemeanors to serious felonies. The opportunity then arose f... view profile
If you are suspected of a crime or charged with a violation of law, you may require the services of a criminal defense attorney to present your defense or negotiate a penalty. As different rules and procedures exist for different offenses, you should seek a criminal defense attorney who has worked on your particular type of case to provide you with the best defense. An experienced criminal defense attorney knows what information the government will need to prove your guilt. The defense attorney will also know what information you need to prove your innocence, including whether there are any legal rules justifying your actions.