These forms are used by North Carolina attorneys in criminal defense representation. While some are filed with the court, others are merely helpful in explaining key legal concepts (such as sentencing guidelines) to clients. Additionally, you'll find Motions, Client Questionnaires, and local add-on forms.

Used by Petitioners to expunge a misdemeanor conviction or criminal conviction from a person’s criminal background history. A number of pre-condictions must be met before a petitioner is eligible to expunge a non-violent conviction, including the passing of at least 5 years in misdemeanor cases (10 years in felony cases), and successful completion of all conditions imposed by the trial court sentencing judge.

Entering an appearance in any North Carolina Court binds an attorney to that case in perpetuity, including superior court appearances, appeals, and Motions years down the road to reopen the matter. Limit your appearance by filing a Notice of Limited Appearance using this form.

DEREK R. FLETCHER, Esq.

Supervising Attorney, Fletcher Legal, P.L.L.C.

Derek R. Fletcher is the Supervising Attorney and Founder of FLETCHER LEGAL, PLLC, a Charlotte, North Carolina based law practice that defends criminal allegations, expunges criminal records, and protects First, Second, and Fourth Amendment Rights.

Check out our other available Forms, available in both PDF and electronic copies.

IMPAIRED DRIVING FORMS contains many checklists, driving record requests, and trial materials. Ancillary materials may also be found on the NC DMV / Limited Driving Privilege Form page.

Included within General Forms are Fletcher Legal’s standard New Client Packet, Mecklenburg County’s Secured Leave form for attorneys, the Firm’s electronic Certificate of Service, and our standard Appearance of Counsel, for entry in any criminal case.

NC DMV AND LIMITED DRIVING PRIVILEGE FORMS include NC AOC forms required for Limited Driving Privileges, both pre-trial and post-conviction, Driving Record Request documents, and lists of both waivable and mandatory appearances in traffic matters.

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