Wilmington Criminal Defense Lawyer
Anyone can make a mistake or fall victim to false allegations. It is what you do once you have been charged with a criminal offense — or come under investigation — that matters most. In the Wilmington area, the accused and their loved ones have been turning to Hosford & Hosford PC for aggressive defense of their rights and interests for decades.
A Board-Certified Criminal Law Specialist · Extensive Trial Experience
Your choice of a criminal defense lawyer could prove absolutely pivotal for your future. The seriousness of the offense, evidence against you, your future plans and legal options must all be given serious consideration. Ultimately, you should be certain that your attorney has the criminal trial experience to take your case the distance.
I am Geoffrey W. Hosford, a criminal defense attorney in Wilmington with 20 years of intensive experience in state and federal courts. My credentials include long-standing certification as a specialist in both state and federal criminal law by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. I have tried more than 120 felony cases to jury verdict and resolved thousands of other felony, misdemeanor and traffic matters.
State And Federal Court Representation · All Levels Of Criminal Offenses
My approach to each client’s concerns is open and direct. You can turn to my law firm for prompt, personal attention to essentially any criminal law matter, ranging from DWI to state or federal drug charges and from white collar crime allegations to murder, and other violent felonies. I communicate extremely well with a diverse clientele that includes many professionals, students and parents, and people arrested in North Carolina who live elsewhere.
Whether you have run into legal problems yourself or need to help a family member, this is a stressful time. You deserve the assurance that your attorney will commit to rigorous investigation and preparation of your case. I will help you take all potential consequences and legal options into account, in order to make the soundest possible decisions.