When You Are Facing The Most Serious Charges
Being at the wrong place at the wrong time. An argument that gets out of control. An act of self-defense that becomes deadly. There are times in life when things escalate, and a situation takes a serious turn. If you are facing a violent felony or crime that involves a firearm, you need a committed advocate on your side.
The Law Offices of Karen D. Gerber, PLLC, is that firm. As the principal and founder of the firm, Ms. Gerber personally invests in your case and outcome. As a board-certified North Carolina criminal defense attorney with over 15 years of experience, Ms. Gerber is prepared to take on any charge on your behalf, from simple assault and domestic violence charges to burglary, robbery, rape and murder. Do not wait to obtain proven representation. Call 336-331-5288 today.
A Seasoned Trial Lawyer For Your Defense
Some charges are an inconvenience. A misdemeanor is certainly nothing to ignore. However, a felony charge can have a serious negative effect on the rest of your life. The most serious felony charges can result in the death penalty or life in prison without parole. Any felony charge can limit your job opportunities, prevent you from living where you want and prohibit you from seeing your children or owning a firearm. There is no time limit on filing a felony charge in North Carolina.
This is why you need an attorney who is skilled in the courtroom and who knows when to negotiate. You need a lawyer who knows the law, knows how to challenge faulty evidence and will focus on you and your case. Ms. Gerber is that attorney. She offers rigorous defense against state and federal felony criminal charges including:
- Armed robbery
- Domestic violence
- Vehicular homicide
- Assault with a deadly weapon
- Rape, kidnapping and certain sexual assault charges
Any time you are charged with a crime involving a weapon or the use of a threat or force, it’s time to contact an experienced criminal defense attorney.
Take The First Step Now
Waste no more time wondering what to do. Call attorney Karen D. Gerber at 336-331-5288. You can also email attorney Gerber at the firm. All phone calls, emails and consultations are absolutely free. Find out how attorney Gerber can help.