Surry County Felony Defense

North Carolina's criminal laws designate a vast number of offenses as felonies. The structured sentencing laws have a complex grid for determining the range of potential sentences if a conviction is entered. The state recognizes 10 levels of felony charges, ranging from a class A felony as the most serious to a class I felony. In any felony case, the stakes are high.

If you have been arrested, charged or are under investigation for a felony offense, you have many decisions to make. The best decision you can make at the outset is to retain an experienced criminal defense lawyer to protect your interests and guard your rights.

Turn To Aggressive Felony Defense Lawyers To Protect Your Rights

The criminal defense lawyers at Royster and Royster, PLLC, are zealous litigators with deep knowledge of criminal law. Attorney Ben Royster served as a prosecutor for nine years before joining our firm. He and all of our defense lawyers analyze criminal cases from every angle.

We know how the prosecution builds cases — we know where to look to find flaws and weaknesses to take a case apart.

Our ultimate goal is in obtaining the best possible outcome in every case, including dismissal, acquittal, reduced charges or effectively presenting evidence of mitigating factors to minimize the consequences.

Drug crimes are among the most common felony criminal charges in Surry County and Stokes County. Whether the allegations involve a possession offense or a drug sales or distribution charge, the potential consequences are harsh. We diligently analyze every aspect of the state's case, including challenging any search and seizure issue.

We are fully prepared to rigorously defend against all kinds of felony offenses, including but not limited to:

  • White collar crimes
  • Financial offenses, including embezzlement
  • Burglary
  • Robbery
  • Larceny
  • Violent crimes, including murder
  • Sex crimes

Get A Free Consultation With A Trial-Tested Defense Lawyer

The lawyer you choose can make a significant difference in the outcome of your case — and your future. Turn to the well-respected, trial-proven criminal defense lawyers at Royster and Royster for comprehensive and aggressive legal representation. The initial conference is free. Call 336-415-4234 in Pilot Mountain or 336-459-3823 in Mount Airy or send us an email using the online contact form.