Know What To Expect In Your Criminal Case
Rely On A Former Judge And Attorney With 30-Plus Years Of Experience
When you face criminal charges, sugarcoated advice and false promises will not do you any good. Your rights and your freedom are on the line. You need to understand the charges, the potential range of penalties and exactly what you should expect based on the circumstances of your case. If you will spend time in jail, it is important that you can prepare your family and get your affairs in order.
Call our office in Salisbury at 704-870-7495 to discuss your case with our criminal defense attorney.
Blanton Law Firm, P.A., believes in straightforward counsel and strategic representation. As a former Rowan County District Judge, Hon. Ted Blanton knows the court process and the hundreds of local and state laws. You will be thoroughly prepared for every hearing and court appearance.
Our lawyer spends a substantial amount of time getting to know you on a personal level as well as your case. Your outcome will be based on your individual situation, but details about your life, your career and your support system in the community can make a difference during sentencing.
We Can Represent You In A Wide Range Of Matters
In North Carolina, criminal charges are filed in two separate courts. Misdemeanor offenses are generally heard in district court. Felony offenses are generally heard in superior court and defined as those that could result in a prison sentence of at least one year. We will protect your rights if you have been charged with a crime, including:
- Drug offenses
- Larceny and property crimes
- Assault on a female
- Assault and battery
- Domestic violence
- Parole or probation violations
- Traffic offenses
Attentive Representation From Start To Finish
From the moment you walk through the door, you are treated with respect. Our lawyer always answers your phone calls when he is available. When your lawyer is in court, our compassionate and highly experienced paralegals make sure that you can talk to a professional who knows your case, not an answering machine.