Protect Your Rights After A Felony Charge
A felony conviction can carry harsh consequences, including a minimum sentence of at least a year in prison. A felony conviction will mean you are a convicted felon. Even after you serve your sentence, you can face repercussions for the rest of your life. Convicted felons no longer have the right to vote or own a firearm. You may also face a stigma and may struggle finding employment.
Local Firm Committed To Defending You
At Smith, Dickey & Dempster P.A., our attorneys have more than 50 years of experience defending individuals against these serious charges. Our legal team is comprised of former district attorneys and a former district court judge. We understand how felony charges are handled by prosecutors and judges, which helps us build a strong defense in your case.
Many of us were born and raised in the Fayetteville area. We know the area and provide personal advice that focuses on your individual needs.
Defending Against All Felony Charges
Our lawyers represent individuals in Fayetteville, Fort Bragg, Hope Mills, Lumberton and Cumberland County in North Carolina who are facing charges ranging from A1 to I felonies, including:
- Rape and sex offenses
- Assault with a deadly weapon
- Drug trafficking and other drug violations
- Robbery with weapons
- Theft, including identity theft
Our reputation in the legal community helps us build strong defense strategies in your case. We will thoroughly investigate your case and evaluate all defense options to find the best possible outcome.
Protect Your Future. Contact Us For A Free Consultation.
Your future is at stake. Our attorneys do not falter in our commitment to defending you at every step of your case. We will fight for your future because we know how your life is impacted by these charges.
Do not wait to speak with us about your case. We will start protecting your rights immediately and work to find a resolution. Contact us online or call to schedule your free consultation. We are available 24/7 to answer your questions.