Randolph County Criminal Defense Attorneys
If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime, you already know what is on the line. Your ability to get a job is at risk. Future opportunities, financial and otherwise, may be lost to you forever. A criminal conviction destroys your public stature and your personal reputation. Even a traffic conviction or DWI can have a major impact on your insurance rates or your driving privilege. The lawyers at Megerian & Wells understand that there are no “minor” criminal charges, and they approach every case with the attention and energy necessary to win you the best possible result.
Seasoned Asheboro Violent Crime Lawyers
Possibly, the stakes are no higher for you at any other time in your life than they are right now. For that reason, you want to retain legal counsel who have already cut their teeth on as many cases as possible. You want to benefit from legal experience that has been tested under the pressure of courtroom battle.
You can entrust your well-being to the lawyers of Megerian & Wells. Whether handling a murder trial or a drug trafficking case, they already know how to effectively represent your interests before a judge and jury, whether in federal court or in state court.
Attorneys Jonathan L. Megerian and Franklin E. Wells Jr. hold a combined 50 years of legal experience between the two of them. They have represented clients in dozens of capital murder cases. In fact, they now teach classes that teach other attorneys how to try death penalty cases in court. In addition, Jonathan L. Megerian is the only state board certified specialist criminal lawyer practicing in Randolph County, North Carolina, and the firm has been rated AV by lawyers throughout the state.
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