Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney in Greenville, NC
Protect your rights by turning to an experienced criminal defense attorney in Greenville, NC. At The Law Office of Mark D. Stewart, we represent anyone charged with a crime or traffic offense in Greenville, NC, and the surrounding areas. Our focus is you, and we will uphold the law and defending your rights. From serious felony offenses to a simple traffic citation, our legal team provides you with exceptional representation and the counsel you deserve.
The federal system is entirely different from the state court system. Those charged and their families need an experienced criminal defense attorney given the severity of the charges that arise in federal court. Mr. Stewart has advanced knowledge and skill to navigate the criminal process in the federal system. He is intricately familiar with the process by which the federal courts operate in the Eastern District of North Carolina. Mr. Stewart has resolved cases in front of all the judges in all the courts in this district, including Greenville, Raleigh, Wilmington, New Bern, and Elizabeth City.
Mark D. Stewart has successfully handled traffic tickets for the entirety of his career. He learned the tactics and intricacies of disposing of traffic matters as a prosecutor in Pitt County. Once in private practice, Mr. Stewart used this knowledge to obtain the best results possible for offenses ranging from DWI to running red lights and everything in between for his clients.
Driving While Impaired (DWI)
Driving While Impaired is treated differently than most other crimes in North Carolina. Although classified as a misdemeanor It is punishable as a felony. As such, you want a DWI attorney with up-to-date knowledge of the laws governing DWIs.
As a district attorney, Mark D. Stewart prosecuted countless DWI cases and learned the strategies and defenses all attorneys used in defending these cases. Mr. Stewart tailors DWI defense for each client according to what he knows will work best in court. Mr. Stewart uses his prosecuting experience and years in private practice.
Take the First Step
Talk to a DWI attorney. Do not attempt to handle a DWI in court by yourself. When you are charged with the offense of Driving While Impaired or Driving After Consuming Being Less than 21, contact our office immediately. There are steps you can take from day one that will help you get your license back quickly and put you in a more favorable light in court.