Mark A. Ward is a state board certified criminal law specialist who has gained his degree from the North Carolina Board of Legal Specialization. He has been working in the field since 1987 and has won countless cases. Irrespective of the nature of the crime, once criminal charges are proved, they go in the record forever creating problems for the future. Therefore, it is important for clients considering themselves to be in minor problem to hire a criminal professional and get out of the problem without the charges being proved. Mark A. Ward is a renowned name to contact in case of criminal complexities.
Ward has the experience of representing criminal cases in front of the state and the federal court for more than half a decade as a defender. He was offered the Chief Justice Lawyer’s Assistance Program in the light of his outclass services to the bar.
Mark A. Ward can handle different types of criminal cases. These include white collar crime, juvenile criminal defense, traffic violations, theft and property crimes, sex offences, illegal entry, criminal law, capital murder, domestic assault, murder and attempted murder, federal and state drug cases, DUI, parole, and Federal and North Carolina criminal defense. He is a specialist in handling any of the above mentioned areas of cases. Ward has had the chance to represent various state and federal criminals where he put up aggressive defense arguments to make sure his clients’ voice is heard in the court. He believes that his success is not only dependent on his experience but also in the elaborate background study of each of his cases which allows him to have a competitive edge at the time of the trial.
Mark A. Ward allows clients to get in touch with him via a single email and offers consultation services alongside legal help. He puts in all his effort to make sure that the problem amongst both the conflicting parties is solved outside the court so that the time and money of his clients is saved. However, at the same time, he is fully prepared for the trail in case the settlement does not work out.