Clifford Clendenin & O'Hale, LLP was founded in 1973 by R. Walton McNairy and Locke T. Clifford, classmates at the UNC School of Law, Class of 1967.
Locke Clifford, is certified by the North Carolina State Bar is a specialist in Federal and State Criminal Law. He represents individuals and corporate clients in matters ranging from sex offenses, financial crimes, computer crimes, arson, federal grand jury and regulatory agency investigations, drug conspiracies, federal tax and bankruptcy fraud, record expunctions and probation and parole violations.
Andrew Clifford joined the firm in 2006 and practices in State Superior and District Court handling criminal felonies and misdemeanors, expunctions, juvenile cases, DWIs, traffic cases and defense of domestic violence protective orders.
The firm members have deep involvement in community affairs including Boy Scouts, church activities, Class A professional baseball ownership, coaching high school and youth baseball, and girls' soccer.
Foreign language translation is provided under a firm contract with a professional translator in Spanish, French, German and Italian. Korean language translation is also available.
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5.0/5.0 Review for Daniel Harris on 08/17/17 in Assault.
Daniel Harris was persistent in handling my case with the DA. He stayed in touch with me and was quick to relay information to me. We hit a few snags, but Daniel would immediately call and arrange information meetings. He never delayed an appearance... Read more
Daniel Harris was persistent in handling my case with the DA. He stayed in touch with me and was quick to relay information to me. We hit a few snags, but Daniel would immediately call and arrange information meetings. He never delayed an appearance. He handled everything quickly and efficiently, without any legal red tape or time wasting tactics. I don't plan to ever need the services of a criminal defense attorney again, But if I do, it will be Daniel Harris. Read lessRead less