Focused on criminal law, Attorney Charlie E. Mellies provides aggressive criminal defense to accused individuals at Dummit Fradin. If you are facing criminal charges in North Carolina, he can help protect your rights while pursuing the most favorable outcome possible, such as a dismissal or reduction of charges. He believes that all individuals deserve to have the right to top-notch legal representation, which is exactly what he strives to deliver. A skilled trial lawyer, he has obtained countless successful results in courtrooms. He has defended individuals accused of serious crimes, such as murder and sex crimes.

Before joining our firm, he was a Judge Advocate in the U.S. Army and was an assistant public defender at the Forsyth County Office of the Public Defender. In fact, he currently serves as a Captain in the 134th Legal Operations Detachment of the U.S. Army Reserve Judge Advocate General Corps. While a law student at Wake Forest University School of Law, he was a member of the National Trial Team and was executive officer of the Demon Deacon ROTC Battalion. He is a regular speaker in training other attorneys on topics related to criminal law and DUI.

Attorney Charlie Mellies is also passionate about politics and serving his community, which prompted him to run for the 72nd District of the North Carolina House of Representatives. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Santa's Helpers, which is a non-profit organization that provides gifts to Winston-Salem children. As soon as you reach out to him for legal assistance, he will begin creating a case strategy specifically aimed at delivering results. To obtain some initial guidance regarding your case, schedule a free consultation as soon as possible.

Contact our office today to talk to Attorney Charlie Mellies about your legal needs.

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