FAQ

I forgot my court date. How can I find out my court date?

The quickest way to find out your court date is to visit https://www.nccourts.gov/court-dates and search for your court date by your name. If you are unable to locate your court date using the above link you likely have already missed your court date.

What happens if I miss court?

The consequences of missing court include your driver’s license being suspended or an order for your arrest being issued. Call our office immediately if you have missed court so that we can take action fast.

How can I hire Stowe Law Firm?

Contact our office and we can begin the process for you. Our intake process is quick, easy, and virtual! We’ve streamlined the process of hiring an attorney so that the entire process can be done from your phone.

What forms of payment do you accept?

Our firm accepts cash, certified checks, and all major credit cards. If you are paying with a credit card you can pay your invoice over the phone or even online!

Do you charge for consultations?

We never charge for an initial consultation. During your consultation, we discuss your case, determine your goals, and answer any questions you may have.

What will you do as my attorney?

I will review the evidence in your case and ensure your rights aren’t violated. Every person charged with a crime deserves a full and complete investigation. Our firm files motions on your behalf to suppress evidence, reduce your bond, and obtain additional evidence. But more importantly, as your attorney I will fight for you like your life depends on it; because it does. I am proud to fight for you. I am happy to advocate on your behalf.

Why hire your firm?

We treat you with respect. We always go above and beyond to make sure our clients are satisfied. Our reviews are a testament to that. If you are charged with a crime or facing any legal situation you need an attorney that you can trust, and you need an attorney that will advocate for you. Check out this post on additional things to consider before hiring a criminal defense attorney. For most speeding tickets and traffic matters we can even appear in court on your behalf. This means that you do not need to go to court and an attorney will go to court for you.

About Ryan Stowe

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Ryan Stowe is the principal attorney at Stowe Law Firm, PLLC. Mr. Stowe is proud to be practicing in his hometown of Salisbury, NC, and is a first generation Rowan County attorney. Mr. Stowe takes pride in being a criminal defense attorney. He focuse…

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