A Lawyer You Can Turn to When Facing Criminal Charges
When you are facing the stress of criminal charges and a potential trial looming in your future, you may be asking yourself the same questions over and over — Will I go to jail and if so, for how long? Can I beat the charges? Will I be convicted of every charge?
I may not be able to predict the future, but I do have over two decades of trial experience. I will provide you with straightforward legal advice. Once I review your case, I will explain your options and help you decide if it is in your best interest to negotiate a plea agreement or go to trial.
Contact me, Randolph J. Hill, Attorney at Law, if you are facing criminal proceedings in North Carolina. To set up an appointment call my office at 888-337-1448 or contact me online. I make jail visits.
Defending Felony Charges
I have extensive experience fighting felony charges, including:
- Capital murder, murder and attempted murder
- Breaking and entering, armed robbery and common law robbery
- Embezzlement, larceny and shoplifting
- Drug trafficking or manufacturing crimes
If you have three previous felony convictions, and are charged with a fourth, the court can treat you as a habitual felon. Being charged as a habitual felon significantly enhances the prison sentence you face, up to ten times. It is important to turn to an experienced criminal defense attorney for help protecting your rights against these charges.
It's all about choices when you are facing misdemeanor charges such as:
- Domestic violence
- Minor drug offenses
- Minor alcohol offenses
Do you want to risk a conviction at trial or work out a plea agreement? You may decide to avoid trial where a guilty verdict could inflict worse consequences than a plea agreement.
In many misdemeanor cases, it is often possible to avoid jail time or get the charges dismissed. You may have the option of participating in a diversion program, performing community service or entering a substance abuse program.
Contact My Office Today
My office is located in Raleigh, across the street from the Wake County courthouse. I serve clients across The Triangle. To schedule an appointment please contact me by e-mail or call 888-337-1484. Visa and MasterCard are accepted.