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Felony and Misdemeanor Law

North Carolina Defense for Felony and Misdemeanor Drug Crimes

Whether the drug crime you face is classified as a felony or misdemeanor in North Carolina, you have a lot to lose…money, freedom, your good record, your job, etc.  To protect yourself, your assets and your freedom, you need North Carolina Criminal Defense Lawyers with the skill and dedication to take your case and help you to assess your individual situation and options, both in court and out of court.  At Everett Law Firm, P. A., we are committed to assisting our clients with expert legal advice and services for felony and misdemeanor drug charges. Our experienced criminal defense lawyers are knowledgeable and can help ensure an optimal outcome based on your individual circumstances for your criminal case.

In the state of North Carolina, drug crimes are split into two categories: Felonies and Misdemeanors.  In general, felonies are crimes for which an individual could be sentenced to serve more than one year in jail. Misdemeanors are crimes of a less serious nature; an individual might serve less than one year in jail. Both felony and misdemeanor charges can have huge negative consequences; for you, your family, and your lifestyle. If you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor drug crime, you should contact an experienced North Carolina criminal lawyer immediately.

The North Carolina criminal law attorneys at Everett Law Firm, P. A. understand that you cannot afford a conviction on a felony or a misdemeanor charge.  We will assist you in evaluating your options to determine the best way to proceed in your criminal case based on your individual circumstances.

If you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor in North Carolina, call us today for a free initial consultation at 919-942-8002 or 800-942-8048. Our criminal defense attorneys will assist you in evaluating the facts of your case, discuss your legal options and describe the legal process as it exists in the North Carolina court system.