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I recently read a less than stellar review of Cary Close. It's infuriating beyond belief…..only because she... more
Raleigh  Cary E. Close

Cary Close

Raleigh, NC Family
Avvo rating 6.6
I can't thank Cary enough for the professionalism that she showed during every meeting we had. Unfortunately,... more
Raleigh  Cary E. Close

Cary Close

Raleigh, NC Family
Avvo rating 6.6
When I first met Cary, I didn't think she could be real. I was looking for a dogfight with my spouse and was... more
Raleigh  Cary E. Close

Cary Close

Raleigh, NC Family
Avvo rating 6.6
Attorney McCoy's level of care, professionalism and willingness to go the extra mile, sets her apart from... more
Raleigh  Shawndria Monique McCoy

Shawndria McCoy

Raleigh, NC Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.0
I came to Matt with a very convoluted dealership fraud case involving a used car dealership in Mooresville Nc.... more
Raleigh  Jacob Matthew Norris

Jacob Norris

Raleigh, NC Lemon Law
Avvo rating 8.3
Members of my crew were cited for not having proper fall protection. In photos, taken by the OSHA rep, it... more
Raleigh  Shauna Alyse Guyton

Shauna Guyton

Raleigh, NC Immigration
Avvo rating 5.6
Had him for a case because I was told he was a former cop, and had the ear of the DA and relationships that... more
Raleigh  Everette Lee Turner Jr.

Everette Turner

Raleigh, NC Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.8
Ms. McCoy has been very supportive during my separation, assisting me with legal issues I am unfamiliar about.... more
Raleigh  Shawndria Monique McCoy

Shawndria McCoy

Raleigh, NC Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.0

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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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