Criminal Law

Winston-Salem Criminal Law Attorney

Criminal law attorneys at Freedman, Thompson, Witt, Ceberio & Byrd, PLLC, agree that the greatest mistake a suspect can make is to talk to a law enforcement officer or investigator without an attorney present.

If you are under suspicion, were arrested, or have in any way been contacted in connection with a criminal investigation, talk to a lawyer before talking to investigators or police. Contact us at our firm to arrange a free consultation at our Winston-Salem office.

“Except for Miranda warnings, a law enforcement officer is under no obligation to inform you of your rights. Any statement you make to an officer without advice from your attorney may turn a winnable trial into a dead loser.”

North Carolina Board-Certified Criminal Law Specialist David Freedman

David Freedman, lead attorney in our criminal law practice, was named by Business North Carolina as Best Criminal Lawyer in the State in 2006, frequently lectures to legal professionals, has appeared on the Today Show, and has tried cases broadcast on Court TV.

Our lawyers handle all criminal matters from speeding tickets to murder, and are particularly well prepared to handle complex criminal litigation, including all matters handled in the federal court system. Our criminal practice includes defense against the following charges:

  • DWI
  • State and federal drug crimes
  • White collar crimes
  • Murder and vehicular homicide
  • Robbery, burglary and theft
  • Assault, battery
  • Sex crimes, rape, pornography
  • Speeding tickets and other traffic offenses

Some types of cases, typically federal crimes, white-collar crime, murder and sex crimes involve long and complex investigations. You may not realize you are a suspect until the case is well underway. If you have any reason to believe you are involved in a criminal case, you should seek legal advice immediately.

We invite you to call us at 336-725-8323 or e-mail our office to arrange a free consultation with one of our criminal defense lawyers. The attorney will evaluate your goals and resources and advise you on how to proceed.