James A. Davis, son of Bob and Mary Anne Davis, is a Board Certified Specialist in... more
James A. Davis, son of Bob and Mary Anne Davis, is a Board Certified Specialist in Federal and State Criminal Law with a trial practice in criminal, domestic, personal injury law, and general litigation. Issue Planning Editor of the Law Review at Regent University, Mr. Davis has served on the North Carolina State Bar Specialization Criminal Law Committee, lectures at criminal and family law CLE... view profile
James A. Davis, II, a third generation attorney, graduated from Catawba College,... more
James A. Davis, II, a third generation attorney, graduated from Catawba College, where he majored in Business Administration and was a two-time All-American baseball player, in 2006. After college, Mr. Davis attended Regent University School of Law and graduated cum laude in May 2010. Mr. Davis is currently licensed to practice in Virginia and North Carolina. He focuses primarily on Driving ... view profile
Ted Blanton was born and raised in Rowan County. He received his B.A. from Saint... more
Ted Blanton was born and raised in Rowan County. He received his B.A. from Saint John's College in Annapolis, MD in 1975. After receiving his J.D. from Georgetown University in 1981, he returned to Salisbury in 1983. Ted and his wife Mary opened their own law firm in 1990. Ted was elected twice and served as a Rowan County District Court Judge for 8 years (1994-2002) and then returned to privat... view profile
Hi, my name is Bill Cameron. My practice is located in downtown Salisbury, NC. Our... more
Hi, my name is Bill Cameron. My practice is located in downtown Salisbury, NC. Our office is conveniently located across the street from our courthouse. I strive to find the best overall solution that meets the needs of my clients.
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