A Letter From Pitt County Criminal Law Attorney Keith Williams
After reading my credentials as a criminal defense lawyer, many people come to my law office expecting to find an attorney who looks down on them. They are surprised to find instead a down-to-earth person who can relate to them.
I am certified by the North Carolina State Bar as a board-certified specialist in both federal and state criminal law. Since 2010, I have been recognized by the Super Lawyers magazine* as a top North Carolina attorney in the areas of criminal defense and white-collar criminal defense. But I grew up in a blue-collar family among people who were not afraid to tell it like it is. I pride myself not only on my credentials but also on my work ethic and my family.
My father, Doug Williams, was a United States marine. He was a member of the honor guard located at the Marine Corps barracks on Eighth and I Streets in Washington, D.C. The honor guard was known for practicing as much as 16 hours a day until each maneuver was letter-perfect.
My uncle, Gary Williams, was the head coach of the Maryland Terrapins men’s basketball team. Gary has always been a tough competitor, and I often think of his on-court intensity when I am in court representing my clients. Gary resurrected the Maryland basketball program from the dead, and his team won the 2001 NCAA national championship.
Like my uncle and my father, it is my goal to do the best job I can in every case. In my line of work, that means defending my clients using every bit of my knowledge and energy. At the end of the day, I need to know I did all I could to win.
Greenville criminal defense attorney
“Like my uncle and my father, it is my goal to do the best job I can in every case. In my line of work, that means defending my clients using every bit of my knowledge and energy. At the end of the day, I need to know I did all I could to win.”
Learn more about my educational background and experience by clicking on the link below:
In Your Corner And Accessible
While I am busy with my state and federal court practice, I will make every effort to return your phone calls within 24 hours and keep you informed of the status of your case. Whether you wish to negotiate a plea to the charges against you or go to trial, I will be in your corner, fighting for you.
In addition to practicing law, I speak at continuing education seminars for other attorneys. I have addressed such topics as federal and state gun laws, cross-examination on mental health issues, and federal sentencing issues. Notes and outlines from my seminar presentations are available on this website.
In the past, I also co-hosted the popular television and radio show, “Call the Law.” A clip is posted here.
This website contains testimonials from clients I have defended in the past. The names have been withheld to protect the privacy of my clients, but the testimonials are real.
Greenville, NC Criminal Defense Attorney
FEDERAL CRIMINAL DEFENSE
Keith Williams is a board-certified specialist in federal and state criminal law.
STATE CRIMINAL DEFENSE
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EAST CAROLINA STUDENT CHARGES
If your child was charged with a crime at East Carolina University, contact us for a free consultation.
DRUG POSSESSION CHARGES
Drug crime attorney Keith Williams can defend against a drug or narcotic conviction.
RESTORING GUN RIGHTS
Get help restoring gun rights after being convicted of a crime in North Carolina.
*SuperLawyers is an annual publication with various criteria used to select the lawyers included in the magazine. For further explanation of their review process, please click here. Best Lawyers in America is an annual publication primarily based upon a peer-review process. For more information about the criteria for selection, see www.bestlawyers.com/methodology; For more information on the AVVO ratings, click here.