Meet Lawyer Keith Williams
For me, the practice of law is a personal service about personal issues. When you hire me to defend you in a criminal case, you will be dealing with me or with my small, carefully chosen staff. You will not be relegated to an anonymous group of paralegals and associate attorneys. I will handle your case from beginning to end.
I am Keith Williams, a criminal defense lawyer in Greenville, North Carolina. I served as a law clerk for federal judge Malcolm J. Howard from 1992 through 1994 and as a state court prosecutor for Lenoir County from 1994 through 1996 before opening my own criminal defense law firm in 1998. I have the unique ability to see your case from both a prosecution and a defense point of view. I understand how the prosecutor will build their case against you. I also know how to mount an effective defense.
While I am busy with my state and federal court practice, I will make every effort to return your phone calls within 24 hours and keep you informed of the status of your case. Whether you wish to negotiate a plea to the charges against you or go to trial, I will be in your corner, fighting for you.
In addition to practicing law, I speak at continuing education seminars for other attorneys. I have addressed such topics as federal and state gun laws, cross examination on mental health issues and federal sentencing issues. Notes and outlines from my seminar presentations are available on this website.
I am also the co-host of the popular television and radio show, "Call the Law." The show airs Tuesday nights at 6:30 p.m. A clip is posted here.
This website contains testimonials from clients I have defended in the past. The names have been withheld to protect my clients' privacy, but the testimonials are real.
Free Criminal Defense Attorney Consultation
Protect your rights and your future. For a free consultation with a board-certified Greenville criminal defense attorney, call me at 252-565-4661, or fill out the contact form on this website.
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