Criminal Lawyer in Cary
Cary, North Carolina is the fastest growing community in North Carolina, and the second largest, behind Raleigh, community in Wake County. Cary is jokingly referred to as the “Containment Area for Relocated Yankees” because so many northerners have made Cary, NC home. In 2000, the town had roughly 100,000 residents. By 2009, the number of residents had grown by 34,000. Today’s Cary began in 1750 as a settlement called Bradford’s Ordinary. In the 1850s, the settlement was purchased by Frank Page who named Cary after Samuel Fenton Cary (a former Ohio congressman and prohibitionist he admired).
Today, most people who live in Cary either work in Cary, Raleigh, or other parts of the Research Triangle. Cary is home to the SAS Institute, and other high tech companies and start-ups.
If you live in Cary, NC or are arrested in Cary, in all likelihood your case would be resolved at the Wake County Courthouse in downtown Raleigh or, if it’s a federal case, in the Terry Sanford Building located on New Bern Rd. in downtown Raleigh, which houses the federal district court of the Eastern District of North Carolina.
Cary criminal lawyer Damon Chetson is a professional, aggressive, and thorough criminal lawyer who represents people in both state and federal courts. As a recent former resident of Cary, he understands the people who live there, and works diligently to represent them.
Cary, NC ZIP codes include 27511, 27512, 27513, 27518, and 27519.