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Asi defended me against a felony case. The DA was not offering a good plea initially. After Asi went to work... more
Raleigh  Asi Botwe Jackson

Asi Jackson

Raleigh, NC Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.0
Some people don't trust court appointed lawyers but the wake county public lawyers are great. Mrs Hair... more
Raleigh  Carolyn M. Hair

Carolyn Hair

Raleigh, NC Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.5
I wanted a lawyer to defend my son and I was given four different names. I picked Ms. Shawndria simply... more
Raleigh  Shawndria Monique McCoy

Shawndria McCoy

Raleigh, NC Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.0
A few years ago she was hired to help my son. She was paid a few thousands of dollars and pretty much did... more
Raleigh  Holly Margaret King

Holly King

Raleigh, NC Family
Avvo rating 6.2
I initially hired a non-attorney representative to assist me with my Social Security Disability case. I was... more
Raleigh  Juan A. Flores Jr.

Juan Flores

Raleigh, NC Social Security
Avvo rating 7.2
I want to say that Ms McCoy is a wonderful lawyer and is really on top of her A game when it comes to any... more
Raleigh  Shawndria Monique McCoy

Shawndria McCoy

Raleigh, NC Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.0
We were very fortunate to have Vishal Chhabria as our immigration lawyer. He navigated us through the whole... more
Raleigh  Vishal Kamal Chhabria

Vishal Chhabria

Raleigh, NC Immigration
Avvo rating 6.0
Mr. Golden has represented my daughter for several violations and he was able to negotiate a dismissal of all... more
Raleigh  Matthew John Golden

Matthew Golden

Raleigh, NC Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.7


practicing lawyers in Raleigh

Raleigh is one of a few cities purpose-built as a state capital. In 1788, a state convention begin searching for a more central location for the state government. Eventually, the convention decided to purchase land owned by an early settler of the region, Joel Lane.

One thousand acres were purchased for the new city. In 1792, Raleigh was founded as the state capitol of North Carolina. The pre-designed nature of the city led to some to call it "a city of streets without houses," but Raleigh would eventually grow to become a major city.

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