At Witt Law Firm, P.A., we are experienced in both District and Superior Criminal Court. Let us stand up for your rights in Court. North Carolina is one of only a handful of States where a 16 year old charged with driving offenses or a serious felony is charged as an adult. Don't make a mistake that can last a lifetime by representing yourself when experienced local counsel can make all the difference in the world. The District Attorney is not your friend- have someone on your side when you go in front of a Judge. We always offer a free consultation for any pending criminal charge. Never walk into Court without experienced legal counsel on your side, regardless of whether you are charged with a simple misdemeanor or serious felony. Below are some frequently asked questions and answers.
Do I need a lawyer?
If you are charged with a criminal offense you should always at least speak with a lawyer. Many law firms like this office offer a free consultation for criminal matters.
What if I can't afford a lawyer?
If you are unable to hire your own lawyer you may be eligible for a Court appointed lawyer. Generally speaking, any lawyer (even a bad one) is better than no lawyer.
When is my Court date?
You may find your criminal Court date online via the NC AOC Court date lookup.
What if I can't make my Court date?
Depending on the charge a lawyer may be able to appear on your behalf. Never miss Court without clearance from the District Attorney or else you may end up with an Order for your Arrest.