Matthew attended the University of Richmond for his undergraduate degree and obtained his J.D. from Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. During law school Matthew was very active and involved in trial advocacy and criminal law. Matthew participated in Campbell’s intramural moot court competition, worked for Campbell Law’s Innocence Project, and completed courses in Trial Advocacy, as well as Advanced Trial Advocacy, in which he was recognized with a book award for his achievement. Matthew gained practical courtroom experience throughout law school working for the Wake County Public Defender’s Office and the Moore County District Attorney’s office. Certified by the State of North Carolina under its Third Year Practice rule, Matthew conducted trials and argued motions on behalf of his clients at the Public Defender’s office and for the State at the DA’s office for charges that included Driving While Impaired, Assault, Larceny, Injury to Personal Property, and numerous traffic offenses.
Matthew is an avid golfer and sports fan and roots for his Richmond Spiders, New York Jets, and New York Mets. Matthew opened his law practice because he saw the need in the triangle area for quality legal services at a good value to his clients. Matthew believes that criminal defense attorneys are part of that last line of protection for the constitutional rights of the accused against our government. Matthew will see to it that each client gets the individualized attention and dedication they need up until their case is resolved. Consultations are always free so give Matthew a call today to talk about your case.