At Van Camp, Meacham & Newman, Eddie Meacham offers to each client a commitment and education to excellence. Eddie has over 30 years’ experience in the preparation and trial of every type of criminal case and we have been selected as one of the “10 Best Law Firms” in the State of North Carolina for Exceptional and Outstanding Client Service in the practice area of criminal defense by the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys.
Mr. Meacham is one of the most renowned defense lawyers in the State of North Carolina, and represents clients in both federal and state courts in cases ranging from minor traffic and DWI violations to murder and complex white-collar crimes. Eddie has a philosophy of providing individualized attention to details of each case. His objective is to obtain for the client the best possible result. In every case, Eddie’s criminal defense team commits themselves to preparing the best defense possible for trial and, when necessary, to negotiate satisfactory pleas.
Although crimes like murder, bank robbery and kidnapping tend to seize the headlines and capture the imaginations of screenwriters — most criminal cases involve “minor” crimes that carry much smaller fines and potential penalties.
A DWI or serious traffic ticket, for example, can mean losing a driver’s license, losing a security clearance, or even losing a job. Similarly, a domestic violence-related conviction can mean losing the right to own or possess a firearm, losing a professional license or even losing child custody rights.
At Van Camp, Meacham & Newman, it doesn’t matter whether you’ve been cited for disorderly conduct, are facing the potential loss of your Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) because of a DWI, or are under investigation for a white collar crime — if it’s important to you, it’s important to us. Just call or contact us online to schedule a free consultation.
As a firm, we handle local, state and federal criminal matters, including appeals, for people in North Carolina and in other states as well. Our practice involves all types of misdemeanor crimes, and state and federal felonies, including: