Greensboro, North Carolina Criminal Lawyer

Criminal Lawyer

Individuals who come into contact with the criminal justice system as a result of being charged with a felony or misdemeanor should seek quality, experienced legal counsel. Regardless of guilt, defendants need an attorney who has extensive experience in representing clients in the courtroom.

While self-representation and public defenders may be a necessary option for some, the Ivey McClellan criminal lawyers simply have the time, experience, and resources necessary to build a proper defense. A criminal lawyer from Ivey McClellan represents clients in criminal cases involving misdemeanors and felonies with extensive experience on both the state and federal levels.

Ivey McClellan Criminal Defense Practice Areas

The criminal lawyers at Ivey McClellan are led by years of experience, familiarity with courtroom proceedings, and a thorough understanding of state and federal criminal statutes. Our criminal defense attorneys represent individuals charged with a felony and/or misdemeanor offense in the state of North Carolina. Our legal defense specialties include:

DUI/DWI

Also known as Driving Under The Influence or Drinking While Impaired, DUI/DWI charges have serious consequences including exorbitant fines and prison sentences. Some individuals may be at risk for negative immigration status impacts. A conviction may also result in license suspension.

Drug Trafficking, Possession, and Other Drug Charges

Serious drug charges such as drug manufacturing, intent to sell, or possession can lead to hefty prison times or possibly a life sentence.

Violent Crimes

Murder, aggravated assault, manslaughter, and other major felony charges (including some sex crimes) are incredibly serious offenses which can result in life in prison.

Weapons Charges

A weapons offense such as illegal possession of a firearm, illegal distribution of weapons, or fraudulent possession of a weapons permit requires a solid criminal defense strategy to avoid prison or jail time.

Probation Violations

Individuals who purposefully violate or break the terms and conditions of their probation (e.g. not reporting to a probation officer, not appearing in court, using drugs, etc.) may face jail time and high penalty fees.

Theft Charges

Individuals may be sentenced to jail or even prison time if convicted of a  theft charge including larceny, embezzlement, fraud, or robbery/burglary.

The above criminal charges can lead to serious penalties involving incarceration and fines, and a lifetime of other consequences. Our criminal defense lawyers believe that everyone accused of a crime is entitled to a presumption of innocence prior to a determination of guilt and conviction. If an individual already has a criminal record, our criminal defense attorneys may be able to assist with expunging or appealing the conviction in an appellate court.

Criminal Law

The Benefits of Working With a Criminal Lawyer

Criminal offenses are not to be taken lightly. They can result in serious fines, jail time, and even prison sentences in the state of North Carolina. While public defenders or self-representation may be options some individuals consider, a knowledgeable criminal lawyer is less likely to be either underfunded or overworked. You can work with an experienced attorney and supporting staff who can research legal precedents as well as gathering and examining evidence to find your best defense option. 

The criminal lawyers at Ivey McClellan in Greensboro and Eden North Carolina have the resources, time, energy, and experience to defend individuals and increase the likelihood of a favorable outcome. Defendants reap many other benefits of working with an Ivey McClellan criminal lawyer including:

  • Successful courtroom proceeding navigation
  • Accurate representation
  • Meticulous interpretation of legal jargon
  • Thorough court document submission and form filing

When facing jail time, prison sentences, and expensive fees, individuals with criminal charges should seek professional legal counsel. The criminal lawyers at Ivey McClellan represent clients who have been charged with or convicted of criminal offenses. By working with the right team of criminal lawyers, defendants are more likely to achieve the best possible outcome.

Schedule a Consultation to Get the Representation You Need

The criminal lawyers at Ivey McClellan have the experience and resources you need to build a strong legal defense against violent crimes, drug charges, DUIs, and more. We practice both state and federal criminal law in order to best defend the citizens of North Carolina who are facing serious consequences.

Ivey McClellan has two convenient locations in Greensboro, North Carolina, and Eden, North Carolina. We’ve successfully represented countless criminal defendants before:

  • District Courts
  • Superior Courts
  • Federal Courts
  • North Carolina Court of Appeals
  • North Carolina Supreme Court
  • Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals

Our criminal lawyers work endlessly and tirelessly to properly defend you through a life-changing event. We're dedicated to providing compassionate counsel and aggressive defense on your behalf. Whether you have a felony or misdemeanor charge, contact us for a confidential consultation. Discuss your case with a trained, trusted criminal lawyer who can help you through this difficult experience.

Work With A Qualified Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney

The attorneys at Ivey McClellan have years of experience working with bankruptcy Chapter 7 cases in North Carolina. We address the pitfalls and loopholes in bankruptcy forms that can disqualify debtors.

To find out if you qualify for Chapter 7 in North Carolina, contact us today to arrange a confidential consultation with our Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorneys. We will guide you through each step of the way to help you seek financial relief and recover after bankruptcy proceedings.

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Office Locations

Greensboro

100 South Elm Street Suite 500
Greensboro, NC 27401
Phone: (336) 274-4658
Fax: 336-274-4540

Eden

551 Monroe Street
Eden, NC 27288
Phone: (336) 623-4600