Edd K. Roberts, III recently attained board certification in Federal Criminal Law. This achievement compliments his State Criminal Law Board Certification achieved in 2010.
Less than for 4% of the approximate 40,0000 attorneys in North Carolina have achieved board certification from the North Carolina State Bar.
To become Board Certified in Criminal Law:
- Must be licensed and in good standing to practice law in North Carolina.
- Must average at least 500 hours of criminal legal work per year and done that consecutively for the past 5 years.
- Complete at least 40 hours of continuing legal education in criminal law per year and done that consecutively for the past 3 years.
- Attain high scores in evaluations by lawyers and judges who practice in the field of criminal law and are familiar with the competence and proficiency of the candidate.
- Achieve high expertise marks from opposing attorneys in a minimum of eight recent jury trials.
- Pass a comprehensive 6-hour examination demonstrating a command of the law and practical knowledge in criminal defense.
Serving others with quality representation is our passion here at Roberts Law Office. Feel free to call us today to schedule a free consultation on your criminal matter.