Wake County Criminal Defense Lawyer

As a lifelong resident of Wake County and a previous position as Wake County Assistant District Attorney, criminal defense lawyer Dewey P. Brinkley has remained as a community fixture and has become one of the leading criminal defense attorneys in the county. At our law office, we are dedicated to protecting the rights of everyone in Wake County while making sure that, no matter their crime, they receive due process of law as well as an attorney who will fight to make sure that their voices are heard in criminal courts.

Therefore, if you’re a Wake County resident and you’ve been charged with a crime, whether a misdemeanor or a felony, then you need to contact Wake County criminal defense attorney Dewey Brinkley as soon as possible. We offer comprehensive, one-on-one consultation to make sure that you’re informed of the legal processes and the fight ahead of you; we will also thoroughly investigate the circumstances of the crime, looking for violations of your rights as well as evidence to prove your innocence.

If you’ve been charged with a crime, don’t hesitate. Contact the Law Office of Dewey P. Brinkley today at (919) 832-0307. We accept walk-ins from 8:30 to 6:00 on weekdays and Saturday mornings. Evening and weekend appointments are also available for emergencies.

Our Raleigh law office is located at:

Law Office of Dewey P. Brinkley
16 W. Martin St. Suite 201
Raleigh, NC 27601

For directions to our law office, simply click on the map below and enter your starting point.

Wake County Courts

Incidentally, our law office is located just a block away from the Wake County Justice Center and the Wake County Courthouse. The addresses and contact information for these two courthouses are:

Wake County Courthouse (which houses the Wake County Drug Treatment Court)
316 Fayetteville Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
Wake County Drug Treatment Court: 919-856-2773

Wake County Justice Center
300 S. Salisbury Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
Ph: (919) 792-4000

On the day of your court hearing, the judge will expect you to dress nicely, neatly, and conservatively, which means that you shouldn’t wear shorts, flip flops, t-shirts, short skirts, or hats, among other items. Furthermore, make sure to show up to your hearing about 30 minutes in advance, and at the Wake County Justice Center, your case will usually be held on the usually on the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th floors. In general, you can find your name on the blue monitor outside each courtroom. Once you find your name, go inside, quietly find a seat, turn off your cell phone ringer, and wait until Calendar Call.

For a Free Consultation with a Wake County Attorney, Call Dewey Brinkley Today

Being arrested and charged with a crime is certainly a terrifying experience, especially when the punishments of the alleged crime entail years imprisonment, massive fines, and other long-term consequences. For this reason, you need to get the expertise and legal know-how of leading Wake County defense attorney Dewey Brinkley. For a free consultation regarding the details and circumstances of your alleged offenses, call our downtown Raleigh law office today at (919) 832-0307.