EXPERIENCED CRIMINAL LAWYER:
Robert Campbell has 25 years of experience in handling criminal cases. This experience includes trying multiple first degree murder death penalty cases in Superior Court. Also, he has extensive experience in trying all types of criminal cases in District and Superior Courts. Knowledge about the rules of evidence and criminal procedure is very important in getting positive results in criminal cases.
Robert Campbell has obtained multiple not guilty verdicts in all types of criminal charges including Murder, Assaults, DWI, Theft, and Sex Offenses.
- Experienced Trial Lawyer
- Misdemeanor & Felony Charges
- Murder Cases & Serious Felony Cases
TYPES OF CHARGES HANDLED:
Robert Campbell handles all types of criminal charges in North Carolina including:
- First Degree Murder
- Rape and Sex Offenses
- Drug Offenses including Trafficking Charges
- Larceny, Burglary and Breaking & Entering
- Embezzlement Cases
- Driving While Impaired – DWI
WHAT IS IMPORTANT IN CHOOSING A CRIMINAL LAWYER?
- Trial experience is an important factor in choosing a lawyer. If your lawyer has very little trial experience, then the prosecutors will know that they have an advantage over the lawyer. This will affect plea offers and the way your case is handled. Having a lawyer who knows how to win at trial is crucial.
- Being able to reach your lawyer to discuss questions and deal with emergency issues is important.
WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS WHEN POLICE ARE ASKING YOU QUESTIONS?
- You never have to speak with the police. You should be polite to officers but firm in your assertion that you are not talking without a lawyer.
- Do not engage in “small talk” with police officers. They often act like they are your friend in an effort to get you to talk about your situation.
- Always ask for a lawyer immediately upon approach by an officer asking you questions. Continue to repeat this request in response to their questions. Ask to call your lawyer immediately.
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT WAYS TO POST BOND/BAIL?
- There are two basic ways to post a person’s bond.
- Pay a bondsman – usually 15% of the total amount of bond
- Use land to secure the bond
- Using property to secure the bond is the best method to post a bond
- Often this requires a title search and a deed of trust.
- You cannot post your own property for a bond.