Protecting Your Rights, Your Freedom And Your Future

A loved one was arrested; what happens now? You were released from custody; do you need an attorney at your next court appearance? A criminal investigation resulted in serious accusations; is there any way to avoid criminal charges?

If you face criminal charges in Mecklenburg County or anywhere in North Carolina, Randall & Stump, PLLC, has attorneys who can help. We will represent you at all points of the legal process — from precharge investigations and initial bond hearings to grand jury hearings and a possible criminal trial. Whether you face felony or misdemeanor charges in state or federal court, our defense lawyers will stand up for your rights.

Our attorneys wrote the book on criminal procedure in North Carolina and one is a board-certified specialist in state and federal criminal law.

How can you ensure that your rights are protected? Call 704-286-6942 for a free initial consultation with a skilled criminal lawyer.

Learn More About The Cases We Handle

We handle a broad range of state and federal criminal defense matters for clients throughout North Carolina. The scope of our practice includes:

  • Violent crimes: A bar fight that leads to assault charges, a marital disagreement that leads to assault on a female charge, accusations of arson related to an insurance claim or murder/manslaughter offenses
  • Sex offenses: Including sexual assault (rape), child sex offense charges or defending area college students against false allegations of date rape
  • Gun violations: Including charges of carrying a concealed weapon,  felon in possession, illegal possession and sale, and possession of a weapon in connection with another offense
  • DWI: Limiting the penalties, whether a first offense, felony or federal charge
  • Drug crimes: Felony and Misdemeanor possession, drug trafficking, prescription drugs and federal drug charges
  • White collar crimes: Fraud, embezzlement, larceny by an employee, wire fraud, money laundering or identity theft cases that may be tried in federal court
  • Domestic violence: Fighting false accusations and collateral consequences related to protective orders, 50B hearings, and assault on a female
  • Theft offenses: From misdemeanor shoplifting or larceny to felony charges of grand theft or auto theft
  • College students: Underage drinking, misdemeanor marijuana possession, DWI or disorderly conduct, which often involve school hearings as well as criminal charges

Our attorneys are seasoned trial advocates with a proven record of success. We know how to identify the best defense strategy to argue for dismissal or reduction of the charges.

Schedule A Free Consultation

What are the options to move past a criminal charge and get back to normal life? When so much hangs in the balance, get legal advice from experienced criminal defense attorneys.

Call 704-286-6942 or toll free 800-565-1435 to arrange a free initial consultation. You can also reach us online for answers to your questions.