Salisbury Criminal Defense Lawyer
At Sherrill & Cameron, our criminal defense attorneys work to protect your rights when you are accused of a crime. You have the right to defend yourself in court against all criminal charges. If you are convicted of a crime, we work to obtain minimized sentences and alternatives to jail.
Contact our criminal defense attorneys to learn how our experience defending criminal charges can benefit you.
If you have been arrested and charged with a major criminal offense, our attorneys have the experience and knowledge needed for your defense. We examine the extent of the alleged evidence against you and take necessary steps to develop a strong and aggressive defense on your behalf.
North Carolina laws have increased the punishment for individuals convicted of a DWI or DUI. If you are facing your third possible DWI or DUI conviction during a 7-year period, you could receive a minimum sentence of one year in prison. At Sherrill & Cameron, we take advantage of every opportunity to defend you and work to prevent the very serious consequences of a DWI or DUI conviction.
Violating certain traffic laws can mean an automatic license suspension. If your license is already suspended, we can work the Department of Motor Vehicles to have it restored or shorten the amount of time that you are unable to drive.
Speeding Tickets/Reckless Driving
These specific types of traffic violations carry some severe consequences for your driving and financial freedom. They can even land you in jail. Our attorneys work with you to find legal options to protect your rights.
State and Federal Drug Defense
North Carolina drug laws impose severe penalties on individuals convicted of drug possession or intent to distribute drugs. At Sherrill & Cameron, we find defenses that best fit your situation. In the event that you are convicted, we work with prosecutors to minimize possible penalties.
For additional information about our experience defending criminal charges,contact our lawyers at Sherrill & Cameron in Salisbury, North Carolina.