(Raleigh, NC) The team of professionals at Marcilliat & Mills PLLC, in Raleigh has formally and amicably parted ways with attorney Kristin Ruth. Ms. Ruth is no longer taking clients through Marcilliat & Mills PLLC and can be reached at her new office:

Ruth Law & Dispute Resolution, PLLC (Ruth Law)
3737 Glenwood Avenue, Suite 370
Raleigh, NC 27612
(919) 573-4841 (office)
(919) 755-4644 (fax)

A member of the Raleigh staff at Marcilliat & Mills PLLC, for just under a year, Ms. Ruth’s contributions did not go unnoticed and she will be missed in the office. Ms. Ruth’s experience, legal knowledge and focus on positive dispute resolution were welcomed by her clients at Marcilliat & Mills PLLC and will continue to be an asset to her clients at Ruth Law.

Attorney Kristin Ruth mainly handled family law legal matters, including separation, divorce, child custody disputes and mediation while with Marcilliat & Mills PLLC. Upon her departure, Marcilliat & Mills PLLC, will continue to focus on providing effective and aggressive criminal defense to individuals facing the North Carolina state or federal criminal justice system. Our team wishes attorney Kristin Ruth nothing but the best in her future endeavors as a practicing attorney and dispute resolution professional.

With offices in Raleigh, Wilmington and Charlotte, the experienced defense attorneys of Marcilliat & Mills PLLC, are there for you when and where you need us. We handle criminal defense cases statewide and have developed a reputation for achieving successful results in difficult cases.

We offer a free consultation to anyone facing criminal charges, including drunk driving (DWI), sex crimes accusations, drug possession and trafficking offenses and white collar crimes. Contact our office online or at 919-838-6643 to schedule an appointment with a defense attorney today.

North Carolina v. J.S.
Indecent Exposure
Potentially Facing: 30 days in Jail
Result: Case Dismissed

Marcilliat & Mills PLLC acted quickly, meeting with the DA’s office to mitigate on behalf of their client, who had no prior criminal history. The Defendant had cooperated fully with the officer. At defense counsel’s prompting, the ADA spoke with his Law Enforcement Officers and determined that Defendant had been through enough already. Dismissed on the first court date.