Criminal Law Attorneys in Burlington, NC

If you have been charged with a crime in the Burlington/Graham area, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side. At Smith Giles PLLC, we fight to defend the rights of our clients.

We have built our reputation on getting results and are intimately familiar with all facets of the North Carolina criminal justice system. We have the knowledge and skill to make sure you understand your legal options and to guide you through the legal process.

Criminal Law Services in North Carolina

We represent clients in state and federal courts on charges ranging from minor offenses to serious felonies, including:

When you have charges on your record that you want to be eliminated, we can help you get those charges sealed or expunged or represent you in appellate court.

No matter what obstacle has been placed in your way, rest assured that the legal team at Smith Giles PLLC works diligently to help you overcome it and get you the best results possible.

We Go the Extra Mile to Defend Your Freedom

Our team goes the extra mile to ensure that you get the justice you deserve. Through meticulous preparation and firm attention to detail, we are always focused on achieving that goal.

We personally speak with witnesses, comb through police records, and thoroughly examine the alleged crime scene, if necessary. We also bring in experts who challenge the prosecution and help strengthen our defense.

Nothing is more important than your freedom. If you need a defense attorney who is dedicated to your case, contact Smith Giles PLLC today.

Contact Us Today for Criminal Defense in North Carolina

When you have been charged with a crime, choose a criminal defense attorney with the experience and dedication to make a difference. Conveniently located in Graham, North Carolina, Smith Giles PLLC stands ready to represent you in your criminal matter.

Call (336) 222-7735 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to hire an attorney if I plan on pleading guilty?

Regardless of what you plan on pleading, it is important you hire a criminal defense lawyer to protect your rights. An attorney from our firm can help you obtain a lighter sentence, or minimize/completely eliminate your criminal charges, if possible.

Is there a difference between probation and parole?

Yes. Probation is an alternative to prison, while parole is a shortened amount of time spent in prison.

What is the difference between a dismissal and an expungement?

  • A dismissal can occur when a prosecutor drops your case. This can happen after the assistant district attorney reviews your case and decides the evidence against you is not strong enough or your case is not worth prosecution.
  • An expungement is when your case is erased. Expungements are difficult to obtain, so if you wish to learn if an expungement is available for your past criminal conviction, you will need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney.