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Pre-Trial Publicity

As criminal defense attorneys know, one of the great myths about media and the criminal justice system is that, while defense lawyers are running a round out there, preening for the cameras on the courthouse steps and trying their high-profile cases… Read More
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Advocating For Those Left Behind

On October 1, 2004, the new pretrial discovery laws for felony criminal cases went into effect. By enacting the new discovery rules in criminal cases, the North Carolina General Assembly recognized the problems of evidence being withheld in violation… Read More
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Cheshire defends the rights of those in big trouble

Raleigh attorney Joe Cheshire has added a Wilmington builder to his long list of distinguished – and sometimes checkered – clients. Read More
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Nationally known criminal defense attorney Joe Cheshire talks about his colorful career

When he was young, Joe Cheshire wanted to be a teacher and a coach. . . . But Cheshire chose another direction in life, and those with whom he has crossed paths are thankful that he did. Read More
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Brady v Maryland and Its Legacy

John Brady was 25 years old when he was arrested and charged with first-degree murder. He had bounced around from job to job and engaged in an affair with another man's wife, Nancy Boblit Magowan, and was dealing with the fact that she was pregnant… Read More
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Top 10 North Carolina Super Lawyers 2013 Top List

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