North Carolina Criminal Law Attorney
Attorney James E. Snyder Jr. brings extensive legal experience to individuals throughout the Piedmont area in North Carolina, handling DWI defense, traffic violations, personal injury, medical malpractice, estate planning and criminal defense. He understands the emotional challenges that an unresolved legal issue presents. He focuses his efforts on helping you understand the law, the process and your options going forward, so that you can make informed decisions that are in your best interest.
A lawyer and a prolific author, including two legal treatises: North Carolina Corporation Law and Practice and North Carolina Automobile Insurance Law, Mr. Snyder is dedicated to seeking justice for his clients. He has been AV Rated* by his peers in Martindale-Hubbell's legal dictionary. This rating is given to a select number of attorneys who have achieved the highest level of legal excellence according to peer standards.
Comprehensive Legal Services
Mr. Snyder provides experienced counsel on a broad range of legal matters. He represents people who have been injured by the negligence of medical professionals; beneficiaries who are challenging the validity of a will or the distribution of assets of an estate; individuals who have been charged with felonies or misdemeanors ranging from traffic violations and DWI to violent crimes, including manslaughter and second-degree murder; people who have been injured as a result of the careless or negligent acts of others, including claims involving slip-and-falls (premises liability), car or motor vehicle accidents, and dog bites or animal attacks; and men and women at all stages of a family law matter.
Contact Attorney Snyder
For a free initial consultation, contact Mr. Snyder via e-mail or call his Lexington office at 877-223-7293 to speak with a Davidson County criminal defense attorney. James E. Snyder Jr., attorney, is available to meet with clients Monday through Saturday in his office next to the historic old Davidson County Courthouse. He will make jail or home visits when necessary.