As a native of Charlotte, Mr. Landreth feels a responsibility to give back to the... more
As a native of Charlotte, Mr. Landreth feels a responsibility to give back to the community where he grew up. His compassion for people is portrayed in the way he advocates for his clients in every level of the court system.
Attorney Ron Frey is a Criminal Defense Lawyer in Charlotte, North Carolina.... more
Attorney Ron Frey is a Criminal Defense Lawyer in Charlotte, North Carolina. Attorney Frey is the owner of The Frey Law Firm, PLLC located in Charlotte, North Carolina. Attorney Frey is also the owner of The Frey Law Firm, LLC located in Cleveland, Ohio. If you need to speak with an aggressive and experienced Charlotte Criminal Defense Attorney and would like to have a free initial consultation... view profile
A North Carolina native, Attorney William T. Cathcart helps citizens who are facing... more
A North Carolina native, Attorney William T. Cathcart helps citizens who are facing a wide range of criminal charges including Driving While Impaired (DWI), misdemeanors and traffic infractions. As an Associate at Powers McCartan, PLLC, his areas of practice include DWI, traffic, and criminal defense. Mr. Cathcart obtained a degree in History from the University of North Carolina at Greensb... view profile
Barbara J. Rynne is a dynamic litigator with over 15 years of criminal trial... more
Barbara J. Rynne is a dynamic litigator with over 15 years of criminal trial experience as both a prosecutor and defense attorney. She has tried over 100 jury trials as lead counsel. A firm believer in justice and fairness, she provides her clients with strong and skilled advocacy, while maintaining a compassionate touch. Barbara began her career as an Assistant Prosecutor in the Monmouth Co... view profile
J. Bradley Smith of Arnold Smith, PLLC is a Charlotte native who has practiced... more
J. Bradley Smith of Arnold Smith, PLLC is a Charlotte native who has practiced criminal law in North Carolina throughout his career. After graduating law school, Mr. Smith joined the Mecklenburg County District Attorneys office, where he prosecuted both misdemeanor and felony cases. In 2006, Mr. Smith entered private practice, focusing primarily on criminal defense. A graduate of the Trial Ad... view profile
Pruden family has 5 generations of NC lawyers (From The Mecklenburg County Bar News)... more
Pruden family has 5 generations of NC lawyers (From The Mecklenburg County Bar News) When Matthew Gridley Pruden was admitted to the Bar on September 14, 2004, he became the ﬁfth generation of Pruden men to practice law in North Carolina. “I don’t know whether this is a record for multi-generational lawyers in this state, but I don’t know of any other ﬁve-generation families,” s... view profile
I worked as an Assistant District Attorney for approx. 12 years.During that time I... more
I worked as an Assistant District Attorney for approx. 12 years.During that time I had approx 60 felony jury trials ranging from robbery, embezzlement, rape and 1st degree murder. My experiecne allows me to help those charged with serious criminal offenses find the best solutions for them, whether that means negotiating a lesser sentence or going to trial.
I represent people charged with serious felonies in State and Federal Court. In... more
I represent people charged with serious felonies in State and Federal Court. In addition to white collar criminal defense, I still handle a significant number of cases involving violent crimes and high level drug offenses. I am also one of the few lawyers in North Carolina that represents whistleblowers exposing fraud against the government.
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.