Affordable, Experienced, Compassionate
When you need an attorney, you need a formidable presence in the courtroom and a compassionate friend in the background. That is exactly what you will find at Hunt Law. From offices located in Uptown Charlotte, the firm serves Mecklenburg County and surrounding areas in North Carolina.
You deserve a lawyer with the skills, knowledge and commitment to represent you at trial. You should not face your legal challenges alone—together we will focus on steady forward progress from beginning to end.
The firm provides legal counsel and representation for all matters of law involving family law and domestic litigation, civil lawsuits and criminal defense, including traffic violations.
Driving While Impaired (DWI) and Other Traffic Related Charges
A momentary lapse in judgment can change your life forever. If you or a loved one is facing charges that stem from vehicular and traffic activities, attorney Gregory Hunt is here to serve you. Together we can defend you against the following traffic-related charges.
- Driving while impaired (DWI)
- Driving while license revoked
- Reckless driving
- No seatbelt
- Improper passing
- Improper vehicle equipment
Larceny, Burglary and Other Criminal Defense Matters
Criminal charges have serious consequences. Whether you have been charged with assault with a deadly weapon or delivery of a controlled substance, it is imperative that you contact an attorney immediately to begin your defense. If multiple charges are filed simultaneously, early contact is essential to provide the best outcome at trial.
Hunt Law has a record of successfully defending clients against the following criminal charges:
- Larceny: Taking property from an individual for personal gain or use
- Concealment: Concealing a firearm or weapon
- Burglary: Breaking and entering into a home with the purpose of theft
- Breaking and entering: Forcible entry into a domicile or business
- Robbery with a deadly weapon: This is a serious offense with substantial penalties if convicted. A third offense could result in a life sentence for repeat offenders.
- Assault with a deadly weapon: A physical attack on another person; also threatening to commit an injury while presenting a weapon
- Delivery of a controlled substance: Includes both transfers to another person and possession of an amount that exceeds expected personal use.
Whatever legal challenges you are facing, contact us today to discuss the most efficient path to successfully defend your case.