Greenville Attorney Presents at 43rd Judicial District’s “Practical Criminal Law 2023” Continuing Legal Education Seminar

December 4, 2023 – Published by Robinson Law Firm

On Friday, December 1, 2023, local attorney Les Robinson of the Robinson Law Firm presented his “4 Core DWI Defense” at the 43rd Judicial District’s “Practical Criminal Law 2023” Continuing Legal Education Seminar at Southwestern Community College in Sylva, NC. This method specifies different approaches defense attorneys can use to defend their client against a DWI charge.

With nearly 40 years of experience, Robinson is proficient in criminal defense and protecting the rights of his clients.  Using handouts, charts, and a memorandum, CLE attendees were thoroughly educated on DWI defense tactics and practices that lead to overall better arguments. Having attended and lectured at many CLE programs, Robinson has made strides to improve DWI defense methods, making him successful in many cases.

Les Robinson has been a criminal defense lawyer in Greenville since 1986. Since that time, he has tried more than 3,500 bench and jury trials throughout eastern North Carolina. His success has earned him numerous honors, including being designated as a Super Lawyer for ten consecutive years, being recognized by Business North Carolina Magazine as a Legal Elite in their 2014 – 2017 issues, and in 2018 he was named to their Legal Elite Hall of Fame. In 2021, he was recognized as being the first lawyer in the state to obtain pretrial dismissal of criminal charges and the grant of civil and criminal immunity based upon the “Castle Doctrine”. 

Mr. Robinson has been repeatedly elected by his peers to leadership positions in local, district and state bar organizations. He served for nine years as the elected Bar Councilor representative to the North Carolina State Bar. As Bar Councilor, he served on numerous committees in the capacity as committee member, Vice Chair and Chair. In addition, he is a frequent continuing legal education (CLE) speaker for legal associations throughout the state. He has also given CLE presentations for the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, North Carolina Bar Association, North Carolina Public Defenders, and the North Carolina Institute of Government. To learn more visit: