How to Work with a Criminal Lawyer to Get the Best Result Have you recently been arrested for a crime in Charlotte, North Carolina or a surrounding city? Then you’ve probably already begun your quest to find a reliable and experienced criminal lawyer. At Knox Law Center, our criminal defense attorney’s work hard to defend…

Charlotte criminal defense attorney Allen Brotherton of Knox Law Center discusses how punishments for crimes are determined in North Carolina?

Charlotte criminal defense attorney Allen Brotherton of Knox Law Center discusses the 3-strikes rule in North Carolina.

Charlotte criminal defense attorney Allen Brotherton discusses boating while intoxicated (BWI) criminal charges in North Carolina.

Charlotte criminal defense attorney Allen Brotherton of Knox Law Center discusses DWI arrests in North Carolina.

In North Carolina, domestic violence is taken very seriously by the legal system as it should be. If someone has accused you of domestic violence, you must take the matter equally seriously, especially if it’s a false accusation. A domestic violence charge can do serious harm to your reputation at best and result in a prison sentence at worst. Here’s what you need to know about domestic violence laws in North Carolina and the steps you should take after your arrest.

Charlotte criminal defense attorney Allen Brotherton of Knox Law Center discusses misdemeanors vs felonies in North Carolina.

In North Carolina, it’s illegal to drive under the influence of “any impairing substance,” which may include alcohol, marijuana, prescription medication or illegal drugs. However, the law has different levels of stringency depending on the type of controlled substance causing the impairment.

Amazingly, some people on the ketogenic diet may produce ketones that cause a false reading on a Breathalyzer, getting them into trouble. Learn more about the false DWI a keto diet may bring.

Attorney Allen Brotherton recently spoke with WSOC TV news about the aftermath of a $1 million local Ponzi scheme. After deep negotiations, the judge rejected the government’s request for a much harsher sentence and went below the guideline range to drop the penalty from 57 months in prison down to 37.

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Our criminal attorneys in Charlotte serve clients in eastern and central North Carolina (NC), including Charlotte, Cornelius, Denver, Gastonia, Concord, Kannapolis, Salisbury, Matthews, Davidson, Monroe, Pineville, Mooresville, Lincolnton, Huntersville, Lake Norman, Dilworth, South Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, Lincoln County, Cabarrus County, Gaston County and Rowan County.

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