ABOUT OUR LAW FIRM Experienced Client Focused Firm Serving Jacksonville, NC

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A Former Prosecutor and Experienced Advocate

Our named partners are former Superior Court Prosecutors and all of our attorneys have extensive courtroom experience. The complex, important, and often ground-breaking matters on which we work attract the best and brightest attorneys to join the firm.

The law office of Silva, Kiernan & Associates, PLLC is a reputable legal practice located in Jacksonville, North Carolina, with a focus on criminal defense, family law, real estate transactions, and personal injury. With a team of experienced and dedicated attorneys, the firm is committed to providing high-quality legal representation to clients facing various legal challenges. Whether individuals are dealing with criminal charges, going through a divorce, looking to buy or sell property, or seeking compensation for personal injuries, our law firm is equipped to handle their cases with utmost professionalism and care.

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We approach every client with a focus on integrity, advocacy, and understanding. We fight for you!

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dwi/dui
defense

Traffic
Offenses

Personal Injury

Criminal
Defense

Family Law

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Frequently Asked Questions In
Criminal Defense

I wasn’t given my Miranda Rights! Can my case be dismissed?

TV has romanticized Miranda Rights and the implications of a failure to be informed. Law enforcement does not necessarily have to read you any rights in…

Do I have to let law enforcement search my house, car, bag, etc.?

Absolutely not, but you cannot stop them. If you are asked for permission to search, the answer is ALWAYS no. Remember to always be polite when invoking your rights and do not try to stop law enforcement from doing anything. If they search your property without your consent, respectfully stand by and let us know as soon as possible.

Do I have to let law enforcement search my house, car, bag, etc.?

Most of the time, it is not true. If there is an easy way to get a dismissal, we will find it. The problem with this sort of question is that it is always fact specific and…

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