Your Best Defense for Criminal, Drug, DWI & Firearm Law

Aggressive legal representation

Whether this is your first offense or if you are under investigation for a criminal offense, an experienced attorney at The Robinson Law Firm can provide you with the aggressive legal representation you need. A competent and skilled Greenville criminal defense, drug and DWI attorney can make all the difference between a conviction and a dismissal. We are dedicated to ensuring fairness and protecting your constitutional rights throughout the course of your case, and you have our word we’ll apply all available measures to help achieve the best results possible.

more than 30 years experience

Attorney Les Robinson at The Robinson Law Firm, P.A., has more than 30 years experience practicing law in eastern North Carolina, including Pitt County, Martin County, Beaufort County and Bertie County. He has consistently achieved positive outcomes for many clients, including a number of high profile cases. Mr. Robinson is assisted by a knowledgeable, accessible and friendly staff. The Robinson Law Firm implements a team approach, providing you with the best representation available in this area. The firm has successfully defended individuals charged in criminal cases, drug crimes and DWI charges at both the trial and appellate court levels.

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ATTENTION!!!"The law regarding the issuance of pistol purchase permits by Sheriffs in North Carolina has been repealed. This is effective immediately. Effective immediately, any person seeking to purchase or transfer a handgun in North Carolina is no longer required to apply to the Sheriff for a pistol purchase permit. All pistol purchase permitting laws in North Carolina have been eliminated by the enactment of Senate Bill 41, Guarantee 2nd Amend Freedom and Protections.QUESTION:Does the Sheriff refund the $5.00 fee for pistol purchase permits being processed when the law was repealed?ANSWER:No. Under North Carolina law, the Sheriff does not have the statutory authority to refund the $5.00 application fee. North Carolina General Statute 14-404(e) requires the submission of a $5.00 fee at the time of application and the law does not allow this fee to be refunded once the application has been submitted for processing. QUESTION:Does the Sheriff issue pistol purchase permits for any applications that were pending when the law was repealed?ANSWER:No. Senate Bill 41 eliminates the pistol purchase permitting laws effective immediately regardless of any pending applications at the time of repeal. The bill did not provide for any period in which pending applications would either be approved or denied. Therefore, Sheriffs are required under the new law to cease processing all pistol purchase permits, effective immediately. Any person seeking to purchase a handgun through a firearms dealer will undergo the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) criminal background check required under current law and either be sold the handgun or denied sale if a criminal history search indicates the person is disqualified from possessing a firearm. For private transfers of handguns, while no National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) criminal background check is required under current law prior to making a private transfer, criminal penalties still apply to any person that knowingly transfers a handgun to a person who may not lawfully possess the firearm. QUESTION:Does the enactment of Senate Bill 41 have any impact on concealed handgun permitting laws?ANSWER:No. The repeal of the State's pistol purchasing permitting laws does not have any impact on our State laws governing the application for and issuance of concealed handgun permits by the Sheriff. Sheriffs will continue to process concealed handgun permit applications in the same manner as before the enactment of Senate Bill 41."-North Carolina Sheriffs' Association ... See MoreSee Less
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Greenville attorney, Les Robinson of The Robinson Law Firm, has received the Super Lawyer designation 🏆 for 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣3️⃣, making it the ninth consecutive year he has been awarded this ... See MoreSee Less
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