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Matthew Faucette’s reviews

     4.0 stars 4 total

Review Matthew Faucette
  • Adroit, Ethical, Capable, Attorney with Proven Experience

    5.0 stars

    Posted by Charles

    Matt has represented my son and or me several times in the past 12 years in Traffic Court, DUI Court, Domestic and Criminal Courts.

    He is has demonstrated abundant legal knowledge, adroit negotiation skills, genuine concern for us as clients and excellent counsel.

    I value his counsel and have come to think of him as a friend, as well as my attorney. What has also impressed me is his humble attitude and willingness to pray for my family and me. I recommend his character and value as sound, well qualified legal counsel...I just hope I don't require his skills again anytime soon! Lol!

  • Best lawyer in NC!

    5.0 stars

    Posted by Tammy

    I can't say enough good things about Matt. He is an amazing, God-fearing man who knows the law. He was able to assist in having our court case dismissed. I would highly recommend him for anyone needing a criminal attorney.

  • my hero

    5.0 stars

    Posted by shirley

    He is my hero when my son got in trouble all the other lawyers i spoke with said he would go away for a long time but god was always in charge and with matt 's help my son is home thank you

  • Unsuccessful expungement

    1.0 star

    Posted by a client

    I hired and paid him to do an expungment. Of course the payment was received but the expungement was never processed. I attempted to call and email him for an update and the status but he gave me some run-around answer that was not consistent with the courts. He never refunded me the money I paid him to do the expungement as he stated he would.

    Matthew Charles Faucette’s response: “Response from Attorney Matt Faucette: Given that the individual client who posted this review did not leave their name, I unfortunately cannot respond specifically to the client or to the underlying issue. That being said, because it is a fairly rare occurrence for my clients to be dissatisfied with my service and representation, I am close to certain that I can recall this incidence (from 7 years ago) and this client's name (which I will obviously not share for attorney/client confidentiality purposes). If I am recalling this client properly, she had retained me to represent her in a "possession of marijuana" case. I was able to get the case dismissed for her (as well as a companion case for her boyfriend). She then asked me to file an expunction for her. I did that. Unfortunately, under NC law at that time, an individual who had already filed for, and had already been granted, an expunction for a previously dismissed case, could not avail themselves of another expunction. She had apparently been charged with "harassing phone calls" in a different county in 2002 and she had requested for that charge to be expunged in 2004. When I interviewed her for the 2008 case, she did not remember filing that expunction and, as a result, she did not disclose to me that she had already used her expunction already. If she had, I would have advised that she would not be allowed another expunction, and I would not have done the work to seek another expunction. So, I drafted and filed all the expunction documentation, and when the request was finally denied, I advised her of the fact that she had previously filed for an expunction. Regarding this poster's allegation that I did not return her fee, I must admit that I do not recall returning any fee. I was hired to represent her in the misdemeanor drug case and was thankfully able to get the charges dismissed for her. I actually didn't charge her any additional fees to handle the expunction, so I did not return any fees. That being said, it is ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS my goal to provide caring service and quality legal representation to every client, and when a client is not satisfied, I welcome the opportunity to address the client's concerns. If this poster ever reads my response, I would certainly welcome the opportunity to discuss any issues with her. (And if this poster is not the client I am herein describing, I welcome that phone call as well.) As an attorney, and more importantly, as a Christian attorney, I try to do all my work for the glory of the Lord (Colossians 3:23). I am saddened to learn that there is a past client who obviously felt betrayed by my care of her and by my care of her legal matter. I pledge to her, and to all future clients that I am honored to represent, to at all times offer my best service and representation for a fair and reasonable fee. May God bless you all!!!”