J. Randolph Ingram II was admitted to the NC State Bar in 1983 following... more
J. Randolph Ingram II was admitted to the NC State Bar in 1983 following undergraduate education at East Carolina University and law school at Campbell University School of Law. He has practiced in Cary and Wake County North Carolina for almost 30 years. His practice is a trial practice. He successfully tries to jury verdict, criminal, DWI, assault, medical malpractice, auto personal injury, sl... view profile
Practice, Licensing, and Professional Associations Private law practice, with a... more
Practice, Licensing, and Professional Associations Private law practice, with a concentration in civil litigation, January 2004 to Present. Licensed to practice in North Carolina; Indiana; the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of North Carolina; the U.S. District Courts for Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana; and the U.S. Supreme Court. Current membe... view profile
When William (Bill) Peaslee opened his office nearly 20 years ago, he wanted an... more
When William (Bill) Peaslee opened his office nearly 20 years ago, he wanted an office where clients could feel comfortable returning with any legal concern. Our areas of practice include, but are not limited to: civil and criminal litigation business formation and transactions corporations personal injury traffic citations DWI debt collection wills real estate closings election law... view profile
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