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Brad Matthews
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Jacksonville, NC Attorney
(910) 478-3610 632 Court Street
Jacksonville, NC 28540
Criminal
Elon University
Brad Matthews is a 2008 graduate of Wake Forest University and 2011 graduate of Elon University School of Law where he obtained concentrations in litigation and general practice. While in law school, Mr. Matthews worked two years at the Guilford County District Attorney's Office in High Point, North Carolina trying numerous criminal cases in juvenile, district, and superior court. Mr. Matthews was admitted to the North Carolina bar in August 2011 and briefly worked in private practice before becoming an assistant district attorney in Onslow County.
New Orleans, LA Attorney
(225) 205-5575 1022 Louisiana Ave
New Orleans, LA 70115

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