An effective law office in Greensboro, NC
An unmistakable human touch
Legal problems don’t happen every day. When faced with a legal issue, trying to figure out what to do can be scary. Further, entering a law office
can often feel intimidating. We strive to take the intimidation out of criminal law cases. Our office is comfortable and will put you at ease immediately. Come and see the difference a human touch makes by visiting our law office in Greensboro, NC.
About The Law Office of H.A. Alec Carpenter lV
Mr. Carpenter grew up in Thomasville, North Carolina. There he played sports, was in the Boy Scouts, and obtained his Eagle Scout award. In 1987, he graduated from high school.
In 1991, Mr. Carpenter graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in Political Science. Before graduation, Mr. Carpenter made the Dean's List several times and was a member of the Pi Sigma Alpha honors society. While in law school, Mr. Carpenter worked as a legal intern at the Attorney General's Office for the State of North Carolina in Raleigh NC. In 1995, Mr. Carpenter graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law with a J.D. Mr. Carpenter also made the Dean's List in law school.
After his graduation and bar exam, Mr. Carpenter worked for a large civil law office. In 1997, Mr. Carpenter began practicing law in the triad area of North Carolina while concentrating in criminal law and motor vehicle defense. During this time, Mr. Carpenter decided that concentrating on one area of law would improve proficiency in that area.
In 1997, Mr. Carpenter began work in a high volume criminal defense law office and was heavily involved in represeting clients in Criminal District and Superior Court. Mr. Carpenter represented clients charged with everything from traffic tickets to litigation. During the same time, he also represented clients in cases before the North Carolina Court of Appeals as well as for Motions for Appropriate Relief throughout all levels of state court.
While representing clients charged with motor vehicle offenses, Mr. Carpenter has also had plenty of experience with the state Department of Motor Vehicles and the department's hearing officers. Mr. Carpenter has frequently appeared before hearing officers for DWI-related cases and for restoration hearings when clients have lost the privilege to drive in the state of North Carolina.
Mr. Carpenter has been happily married for fourteen years. He is the proud father of a son and daughter. His interests include skiing, college basketball, and travel.