Criminal Defense Lawyer in Cary
At Coolidge Law Firm, our Cary criminal defense attorneys provide professional and aggressive representation to clients charged with traffic violations, drunk driving (DWI/DUI), or misdemeanor or felony offenses.
Cary criminal defense attorney David Coolidge graduated in the top 5% of his graduating class from Duke University School of Law. His Cary criminal defense law firm is comprised of tough negotiators and aggressive advocates with a record of securing positive outcomes for clients charged with crimes in North Carolina’s state and federal courts.
If you or a loved one is charged with a crime in Cary, North Carolina, the following information may be helpful to you. For more information and a free evaluation of your case, call us today or use our firm’s online form.
Cary Police, Prison And Post-Release
The Town of Cary Police Department serves as the primary law enforcement agency in Cary, North Carolina. The Cary P.D. headquarters are located at Town Hall at 120 Wilkinson Avenue, Cary, N.C., 27512. The contact number is (919) 469-4017.
The Town of Cary P.D. features a Uniformed Patrol Division and a Criminal Investigation Division. The Uniformed Patrol operates out of three community-based district offices:
- Crossroads Shopping Center on Walnut Street
- Carolina Preserve at Amberly
- Cary Towne Center Mall on Walnut Street
The Criminal Investigation Division is comprised of 18 detectives, two sergeants, one lieutenant, one captain and an assistant. The team investigates major crimes that include murder, rape, robbery, assault, kidnapping, car theft, forgery, fraud, identity theft, assaults, larceny and burglary. The Cary Police also feature a Cyber Crimes Unit.
Cary police work in conjunction with other local, state and federal law enforcement agencies and prosecutors, including:
- State Bureau of Investigation: The SBI has statewide jurisdiction and investigates serious crimes that include drugs, arson, election law, child sexual abuse in day care centers, theft and misuse of state property, computer crimes investigations that involve children and homicides, robberies and property crimes. The SBI headquarters are located in Wake County.
- Wake County Sheriff’s Office: It is located at the John H. Baker Jr. Public Safety Center at 330 S. Salisbury Street, Raleigh, N.C., 27602.
- Raleigh Police Department: The main office is located at 218 W. Cabarrus Street. The phone number is (919) 996-3855.
- Morrisville Police Department: The headquarters are located at 260-C Town Hall Drive. The contact number is (919) 463-1600.
- Apex Police Department: The department is located at 205 Saunders Street. The number is (919) 362-8661.
The Wake County Sheriff’s Office Detention Division supervises three detention facilities, including one based at the Baker Center. The other facilities are the Wake County Detention Annex and Wake County Detention Center, which are on Hammond Road. These facilities house adult inmates, including those arrested by Town of Cary Police Department officers. You must first call (919) 857-9103 before you can schedule a visit.
Probation and post-release supervision in Cary, N.C., is handled by the N.C. Department of Community Corrections. Cary is a part of the department’s Second Judicial Division. The main office is located at 3006 E. Industrial Drive, Raleigh, N.C., 27609, and the number is (919) 733-9313.
Cary Courthouse Information
If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime in Cary, North Carolina, your case will be heard at the Wake County Courthouse. The courthouse is located at 316 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, N.C., 27601. The courthouse is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Call (919) 792-4000 for the courthouse’s automated directory.
Nearby courthouse parking is available at the Wake County parking deck at 216 W. Cabarrus Street. The deck has entrances at Cabarrus and Davie Streets.
The Criminal Division of the Wake County Clerk of Court is on the courthouse’s first floor. This office has court appearance schedules and records for all Wake County criminal cases. Citations are paid at the Finance Division, which is also located on the first floor.
The Wake County Courthouse also is the home for the Wake County Administrative Court, Wake County Magistrates, Wake County District Court and Wake County Superior Court.
The Wake County District Attorney, also known as the Tenth Prosecutorial District, is based in the courthouse as well. This office prosecutes all Cary traffic, misdemeanor and felony cases.
The Wake County Public Defender represents those who can’t afford to hire an attorney, including Cary indigent defendants. Its office is located at 414 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, N.C., 27602.
Contact Our Cary Criminal Defense Attorneys Today
The Cary criminal defense lawyers of Coolidge Law Firm are dedicated to delivering the best possible outcome for clients charged with crimes in North Carolina’s state and federal courts.
Coolidge Law Firm’s Cary criminal defense attorneys assist clients in matters involving misdemeanors and felonies such as:
- Traffic offenses
- Drunk driving (DUI/DWI)
- Violent crimes
- Domestic violence
- Sex crimes
- Drug crimes
- Theft/property crimes
- Probation and parole violations
- Habitual felon status
- Motions for appropriate relief (MARs)
- Expungement actions
We’re just a phone call or a click away. For a free consultation, call us today at (919) 239-8448 or use our online form. Coolidge Law Firm is here to fight for you.