East Carolina University Student Defense Lawyer
If your son or daughter has been charged with a crime while attending East Carolina University (ECU), or if you are an ECU student facing a legal issue, there are several things an experienced criminal defense lawyer can do to help keep a poor decision from becoming a permanent criminal record.
I am criminal defense attorney Keith Williams. For more than two decades, I have dedicated my Greenville law practice to defending minors and adults charged with criminal offenses, including college students accused of:
- Underage drinking/drinking tickets
- Drug charges for possession of marijuana, prescription drugs etc. or drug paraphernalia
- Reckless driving
- Resisting arrest
- Credit card fraud
A former client had this to say: “We really appreciate the special interest that you have taken in our case. We appreciate your words of wisdom to our son. We think that finally [he] realizes how close he came to losing a lot.”
Keeping Students’ Records Clean
North Carolina employers and graduate schools do more thorough background checks than ever these days, and even a minor criminal conviction in college can lead to serious problems in the future.
Fortunately, I have very often been able to resolve first-time offenses with dismissals or substantial reductions to lower charges.* In many cases, I have also applied for expunction to erase the charges completely from the students’ court records.* Doing so puts the ECU students in a much better position after graduation, when it comes time to take the next step in life.
Underage Drinking Ticket? A Greenville Attorney Can Help.
A college student’s future should not be jeopardized by a youthful mistake. For a free consultation with an East Carolina University student defense attorney, call the Law Offices of Keith A. Williams, P.A., at 252-565-4661, or send me an email.
With the informed consent of the student, I can keep parents updated concerning the progress of the case. I accept credit cards and can make payment arrangements over the telephone.
*Each case is unique and must be evaluated on its individual merits. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome in the future.