Why Choose Teague & Glover, P.A.

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At Teague & Glover, our criminal defense attorneys defend individuals on North Carolina state and federal misdemeanor and felony criminal charges. In our firm, both of our attorneys work on every single case - that gives you over 55 years of combined experience handling all types of felonies and misdemeanors, from murder and sex offenses to petty larcenies and county ordinance violations, as well as DWIs and traffic tickets for clients throughout northeastern North Carolina, including Elizabeth City, Kitty Hawk, Nags Head, Corolla, Duck, Kill Devil Hills, Manteo, Hertford, Edenton, Camden, Currituck County, Gates County and all of the Outer Banks. In addition, we regularly represent people from all over the country who are charged in Federal Court with "beach crimes" throughout the Outer Banks.

If you are facing charges for a DWI or a speeding ticket, you need immediate legal help. Let the criminal lawyers of Teague & Glover put its years of legal experience to work for you.

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