At the Law Office of Christopher A. Connelly, a full-service criminal defense firm, we provide clients throughout Mecklenburg County and Cabarrus County with vigorous representation. We are dedicated to seeing that every client facing a criminal or traffic charge receives the most zealous defense tailored to that client's unique situation.
Certified North Carolina Specialist In State Criminal Law
Attorney Chris Connelly is certified by the North Carolina State Bar as a specialist in state criminal law, a recognition held by only a handful of the thousands of lawyers in the Mecklenburg County Bar. For over 25 years, Charlotte criminal defense lawyer Connelly has represented the accused, handling thousands of felony and misdemeanor cases and traffic matters in federal and state courts.
Protect your rights: If you have been arrested or charged with any crime or traffic violation, it is important to speak with a Charlotte, North Carolina, criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. A mistake could permanently damage your case. Call our law office at 704-376-9376 or contact our Mecklenburg County defense attorney online for a consultation.
Over 25 Years Of Experience In Criminal Law And Traffic Defense
Your case is important so choose someone with experience. Attorney Connelly has over 25 years of criminal defense experience, and he is prepared to vigorously defend clients facing a broad range of criminal charges, including traffic violations and DWI/drunk driving. We also handle charges involving violent crimes, as well as sexually related offenses and drug charges, among other areas of criminal defense.
Pre-Charge And Post-Conviction Matters
Attorney Connelly also offers pre-charge representation so you can discuss the charges that may be filed against you and enlist representation as soon as possible to protect your rights. Post-conviction matters that we handle include expungement and motions for appropriate relief.
Talk To Your Lawyer, Not The Police
Common questions we hear are, "Should I answer the police officer's questions?" and, " Do I need a lawyer for a traffic matter? " Law enforcement officials and prosecutors may try to convince or coerce you into giving a statement with a potentially false promise of favorable treatment.
Avoid "hanging yourself." Whatever benefit you get from answering questions without an attorney present is far outweighed by the damage you may do to your case.
While legal help is invaluable, there are certain things an attorney may not be able to do, depending on your situation. For more information, see What A Lawyer Can't Do.
Contact Our Mecklenburg County Criminal Law Firm
Protect your rights. Whether you have received a traffic ticket, are facing white collar criminal charges or have been charged with a violent crime, we are prepared to help. Contact our Charlotte criminal defense attorney online, or call 704-376-9376 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your case.
The Law Office of Christopher A. Connelly
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Criminal Defense Attorney
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