Attorney Chuck Morgan has successfully represented many people accused of traffic violations in North Carolina and will also work hard to defend you and protect your driving privileges. We primarily represent people who need to avoid or minimize insurance increases or have accumulated too many points on their driver's license and are at risk of losing their driving privileges.
In North Carolina, the law requires that your license be suspended for 60 days if you get 12 or more points on your license in three years. If you are at or near this limit on driver's license points, our (Charlotte traffic tickets
attorney) will evaluate your driving record, discuss your legal options and represent you in court.
We represent people accused of:
The U.S. government has defined federal offenses as illegal acts or crimes that have an interstate connection or are committed upon federal property. These are often more serious than state crimes, plus the potential penalties for a conviction are harsher due to mandatory minimum sentences.
Chuck Morgan is an experienced attorney who can work toward the best possible outcome. Our common-sense approach includes taking into consideration reduced charges or other outcomes to avoid or minimize prison (Jail) time. At the Law Office of Charles L. Morgan, Jr., we have extensive experience in federal court defending our clients on charges that include bank fraud, drug conspiracy, illegal importation, immigration fraud, carjacking, Internet pornography, money laundering, wire fraud, mail fraud, illegal branding, weapons violations, and assorted tax cases.
Once an investigation begins in a white collar crime case, you need to call the Law Office of Charles L. Morgan, Jr., as soon as possible because the government is building a case against you. Consultation with an experienced white collar crime attorney like Charles Morgan is vitally important because he may be able to manage the case before charges are filed. White collar crimes can include:
The county, the state and the federal government all have drug task forces designed to stop the illegal drug business. If you are facing drug charges, your best defense is to use the formidable services of the Law Office of Charles L. Morgan, Jr.
THE FOURTH AMENDMENT STATES THAT:
"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated , and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized."
As a knowledgeable lawyer, Chuck Morgan will make sure your constitutional rights have not been violated by law enforcement officials. Our law office is committed to finding the best possible defense to present on your behalf. We represent people facing the following drug crimes:
If you, or a friend, family member or other loved one has been accused of Driving While Impaired (DUI) in Charlotte, contact us today. We have had a great deal of experience representing people in your situation. As a member of the National College for DUI Defense, Chuck Morgan has received client referrals from some of the best DWI/DUI attorneys in the nation. With 32 years of experience, we know it is imperative to stay abreast of laws regarding drunk driving. Charles Morgan regularly attends nationally produced seminars and subscribes to the major treatises on this subject. Federal Criminal Defense in Charlotte
Our law firm understands how the legal system is supposed to work, so we will closely examine the evidence against you to make sure you are given a fair chance against the sex crime charges you are facing. If you are facing rape, sexual battery, or any kind of sexual assault charges, you need to get an aggressive and experienced defense attorney on your side right away. The same is true if you have been accused of sexual activity with a child or student, of possessing child pornography or being involved in an Internet sex crime. Our criminal defense law
practice defends people accused of the following sex crimes: