Skilled Criminal Defense Attorney in Beaufort
Criminal Defense in Carteret County, North Carolina
Whether you are facing a traffic ticket, DWI or some other criminal charge, you need an attorney you can count on. At the law firm of Cummings & Cummings, PLLC, we represent individuals from all over the country, who have been arrested and charged with traffic, misdemeanor and felony criminal offenses in Carteret County, North Carolina. Our lawyers and staff provide aggressive experienced representation that is focused on protecting your rights and freedom. We take pride in exceeding the expectations of our clients and helping them feel that we have achieved the best possible results for them. Criminal charges have serious consequences, and at Cummings & Cummings, we're here when you need us.
Our Criminal Defense Practice
- Underage drinking tickets including underage DUI
- DWLR (driving while license revoked)
- Speeding tickets and traffic offenses
- Drug charges
- Shoplifting or larceny
- Effect of criminal charges on military personnel
- All other state misdemeanors and felonies
For a free consultation with a North Carolina criminal defense attorney, contact Cummings & Cummings, PLLC, today. Call 888-409-0532 to schedule an appointment.
Coastal North Carolina is a beautiful part of the country and a popular vacation spot. Tourists, college students and other vacationers often find themselves in trouble with the law and need an experienced, local attorney. Our firm assists out-of-state individuals with traffic tickets, DWIs and other criminal offenses.
In many instances, our firm may be able to take care of your case without you having to return to Carteret County for court.
Contact Cummings & Cummings in North Carolina
Our firm is here when you need us and is ready to help you resolve your criminal law issues today. For a free initial consultation, call 252-652-2023 or toll free at 888-409-0532. We serve clients throughout Carteret County and Coastal North Carolina. Contact us to learn more information about protecting your rights.