Felony Charges

A felony charge threatens your most basic rights: your freedom, your right to carry a firearm, and your right to vote. In North Carolina, felony charges fall into 10 different classifications (A, B1, B2, C, D, E, F, G, H, I) with A being the most serious (punishable by Life Imprisonment without parole or Death as Established by Statute) and I being the least serious. The defendant's prior record level makes an enormous difference in felony sentencing.

If you are being investigated for or have been charged with a felony, you need an experienced lawyer to protect your interests.

As a former Assistant District Attorney who prosecuted felony cases on the Outer Banks and across Northeast North Carolina, David R. Hamm brings an in-depth understanding of the local court system . When appropriate, he will negotiate with the prosecutor to reach a favorable plea agreement; but when it is in your best interest, he will take your case to trial and aggressively defend your rights.

Call today for a free initial consultation.