DUI Fayetteville Attorney - Drunk Driving Lawyer Cumberland County, North Carolina
Being charged with a crime, and being involved in the justice system is no walk in the park. It is stressful and anxiety ridden- especially to those who are new to the system in Fayetteville, NC. Not only will an experienced attorney help to ease that level of stress, but he/she will have the ability to explain all levels of due process through your situation, and to diligently protect your given, Constitutional rights.
The first thing on any persons list of “things to do” after an arrest, is to find the right lawyer intended for you. For example, a family court lawyer would be more than happy to take on your case, but they are not skilled like a lawyer who SPECIALIZES specifically in DUI and other traffic violation cases.
Gregory M. Byrd
It is important to remember that not everybody who faces criminal charges is NOT a career criminal. The courts and the prosecution recognize such facts and this makes a dramatic difference for the outcome of one’s case in court. Unfortunately though too, most people do not think about hiring a lawyer until they are in dire need of one immediately. Many legal professionals are practicing alongside Mr. Byrd, but none the wiser, as Mr. Byrd has an undisputable, infamous name in the Fayetteville area.
A good lawyer will not only help you through you ordeal step by step, but will help you to understand legally everything that has/is going on. Having the help that is very much needed for help to understand the unknown, taking away any work, stress or concerns. Mr. Byrd offers one-on-on attention for all of his clients- no matter what their case may be. He holds no judgments or preconceived notions about anybody in his practice.
The Carolinas have been cracking down on any and all drunk driving. The campaign “Booze it and loose it” is being used to provide stricter punishments, or to serve as a deterrent for future drunk drivers,,,,
“…are you facing a lawsuit or criminal charge in North Carolinas Cumberland county? If so, give me a call and we’ll give ‘em the Byrd!”
Gregory M. Byrd