Your Lawyer Can Make All the Difference in “Guilty” or “Not Guilty”
Everyone familiar with the criminal justice system knows the critical importance of having an experienced, talented, knowledgeable and aggressive criminal defense lawyer. Contact Danny Glover, Jr. at Glover Law Firm in Elizabeth City, N.C. immediately if you have been accused of:
- Any Misdemeanor crimes
- Any Felony crimes
- All types of DWI and alcohol violations
- All Drug-related crime
- All Hunting or fishing violation, or related trespassing charge
- All Traffic violations or DMV matters
Don’t get railroaded by a criminal justice system that often appears to be geared, from top to bottom, to simply convict those accused of crimes. Instead, get an Elizabeth City Criminal Defense Lawyer that will take all possible defense actions designed to reduce charges, dismiss a case, or lead to an acquittal at trial.
At Glover Law Firm, Danny’s goal is to immediately meet personally with every client. Danny gets to know the client and works to understand the specific impact of the charges on each individual client. He then works to structure a unique defense strategy designed to help each individual client as much as possible. He then aggressively defends the client in court, utilizing investigators, when needed, and the latest technology and research techniques to make sure that the best possible defense is presented.
Danny Glover, Jr. served as the elected President of North Carolina Advocates for Justice, the statewide trial attorney organization of over 3000 of the best criminal defense and trial attorneys in the state. Danny has been recognized as a North Carolina Super Lawyer, Best Lawyers in America, and is a member of National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Danny regularly teaches other attorneys around the state on various criminal and DWI defense issues.
Felony Crimes from Edenton to Elizabeth City to the Outer Banks
Felonies can completely wreck your life. They can result in prison time and expensive fines. They can disqualify you from certain jobs and security clearances. They can result in the loss of certain privileges, such as voting, possessing a firearm – which means no hunting, serving on a jury, and sometimes even driving. Sometimes just being charged with a felony can result in students being expelled from school or employees being suspended or even fired from work.
If you have been charged with a felony in northeastern North Carolina, Danny Glover, Jr. can meet with you immediately to begin working to help you handle the situation in a way that will best help you and your family. Call Glover Law Firm now at 252-299-5300 or use our online form.
Calculating the actual punishments for various felonies can be complicated, but the North Carolina judges and prosecutors and defense attorneys use this chart as a starting point for calculating various felony sentences in North Carolina. An experienced North Carolina criminal defense attorney like Danny can explain where on that felony sentencing chart your case falls and how to best deal with your charges to avoid the maximum active sentence applicable to your case. A Citizen’s Guide to Structured Sentencing can be found here http://www.nccourts.org/Courts/CRS/Councils/spac/Documents/citizenguide2014.pdf if you are interested in reading it.
Misdemeanor Crimes in Northeastern North Carolina
While not as serious as a felony, a North Carolina misdemeanor conviction can still result jail, thousands of dolllars in fines, probation and a criminal record. At Glover Law Firm, we handle all types of misdemeanor crimes, including:
- Marijuana and Drug Paraphernalia
- Underage drinking
- Alcohol Offenses
- Domestic Violence
- Hunting and Fishing Violations
- Driving While License Revoked
- Reckless Driving
Don’t let a brief moment of foolishness or stupidity ruin your life, job or clean record. Instead, contact Glover Law Firm now to handle your misdemeanor charges. Call 252-299-5300 or use our online form.
DWI Charge in Elizabeth City and Surrounding Communities
A DWI charge is a serious legal problem, even for a first-time misdemeanor offense. If convicted, you will lose your legal right to drive, receive expensive fines and court fees, and possibly get jail or prison time. Your personal and professional reputation can be permanently damaged. The actual arrest can be a shocking experience, and regardless of whether you consumed any alcohol, you are very likely to be treated like a criminal – a very unpleasant situation.
Once booked for the DWI, you have several issues to resolve. The first is your driver’s license. You can challenge the validity of the suspension of your license, but only if your lawyer moves quickly. A request for a hearing should be filed at once. A driver’s license suspension or revocation is an automatic consequence of a DWI arrest. Our Elizabeth City and Outer Banks DWI defense lawyer can represent you in challenging your license suspension, as well as defending you against the DWI charge.
Several strategies can be employed in defending against a DWI charge, including:
- Illegal Stop – No Reasonable and Articulable Suspicion of a DWI
- Illegal Arrest – No Probable Cause
- Failure to Correctly Administer Breath or Blood Tests
- Police Errors in Arrest Process
- False Blood Alcohol Content Readings
- Failure to Correctly Administer Field Sobriety Tests
- Faulty Testing Equipment
- Inadmissible Evidence
- Other Police or Lab Errors
Drug Charges: Marijuana, Cocaine, Meth and Prescription Drugs
North Carolina law can impose heavy penalties for certain drug crimes. The penalties are based on the type of drug and the quantity alleged to have been in your possession or under your control. You can be convicted upon actual or constructive possession of the drugs. The consequences of a drug arrest can be serious, and a conviction has ramifications far beyond jail or prison time. Those that hold certain licenses may lose their ability to practice their profession. Students who need federal financial aid may lose their eligibility for such. Your ability to join or remain in the military may be affected by convictions of certain drug crimes.
If you are job-hunting, entering into a business partnership, applying for credit, trying to get a driver’s license, or even getting involved in a new relationship, a drug offense conviction on your record can destroy numerous opportunities.
Don’t take chances if you are accused of a drug crime: Get a high-quality drug defense lawyer to fight the charges or seek any advantage afforded to you by the system and the Constitution. Our Elizabeth City and Outer Banks criminal defense attorney has over 20 years of experience in the criminal justice system in northeastern North Carolina. Take advantage of Danny Glover, Jr.’s impressive record of success, his years of experience, and his ability to identify defense options that may be successful in your case. Call now for help.
Over the years Danny has represented people the accused in a wide range of drug crimes, including:
- Simple possession or possession with intent to sell and deliver
- Prescription Drugs
- Drug Paraphernalia
Traffic Tickets: Civil and Criminal Traffic Offenses
It can be easy to rack up points on your license, particularly if you have gotten several moving violations. A convicted related to DWI or other alcohol-related offenses can lead to license suspension, and a charge related to reckless driving or excessive speeding may lead to a revocation for repeat offenders. If you retain your license, the costs of your automobile insurance can skyrocket. Keeping your legal right to drive requires that you to fight back in court.
DO NOT ASSUME THAT ANY DEAL YOU ARE ABLE TO GET ON YOUR OWN IS THE BEST, OR EVEN A GOOD OPTION FOR YOU. Many people nowadays believe that they can go to Court on their own and work a deal with the Prosecutor to get the charges reduced. However, what they fail to understand is that neither the Prosecutor, nor the officer, nor the Clerk, nor the Judge is looking at your or your family’s driving record to make sure that “the deal” is in the your best interest. Officers and Court Personnel merely want to get a conviction and get your case over with. What they fail to say is that “the deal” can often result in really steep insurance increases, driver’s license points or revocations, or other unspoken consequences based upon your or your family’s prior tickets, accidents, points or driving records.
Danny Glover, Jr. of the Glover Law Firm can step in to handle the entire matter for you. Danny is experienced in defending against traffic offenses and is ready to help you resolve this critical situation. Usually I can represent you by Power of Attorney, so that you do not have to personally appear in court.
We represent people accused of the following types of traffic tickets:
- Traffic Signal Violations
- Speeding Tickets
- Reckless Driving
- DWI Offenses
- Driving While License Revoked and No Operator’s License
- Failure to Yield
- Moving Violations
Hunting and Fishing Violations, Trespassing
If you are facing charges related to any hunting, fishing or trespassing violations related to these activities, it is imperative that correct defense actions are taken on your behalf. Hunting and fishing are part of the local culture in northeastern North Carolina, including Gates County, Edenton, Elizabeth City, Currituck County and the Outer Banks. If you have been accused of any hunting or fishing violation, contact me to help you fight back and work to avoid the serious consequences of a conviction, which could include the loss of your hunting or fishing license.
Our Elizabeth City, OBX and Albemarle Area Criminal Defense Lawyer: Exceptional Reviews
Danny Glover, Jr. has been listed in Best Lawyers, has a 10.0 Superb rating from Avvo, is a past elected President of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, and has been listed in Super Lawyers. Take advantage of Danny’s knowledge, skill and dedication, and call now for help in a criminal case. I care about your freedom, and i am ready to help you fight back. Contact us today.
- North Carolina Statutes: Immediate Civil License Revocation for Certain Persons Charged with Implied Consent Offenses
- North Carolina Department of Transportation: Road Rules