(Raleigh, NC) The North Carolina criminal defense law firm of Marcilliat & Mills PLLC, has welcomed a new attorney to its team of defense professionals. Kevin Marcilliat, formerly practicing in Sparta, has joined the Raleigh team and will handle criminal defense matters throughout North Carolina.

After interning with the Mecklenburg County Public Defender’s Office and the Federal Public Defender’s Office for the Eastern District of North Carolina, Mr. Marcilliat entered private practice in Western North Carolina. He has successfully handled criminal District Court trials, earning several “not guilty” verdicts in his first year of practice.

Mr. Marcilliat is dedicated to defending those accused of drunk driving, drug crimes, sex offenses, white collar crime, financial fraud and other misdemeanor and felony offenses throughout the state. His unwavering commitment to the Constitutional rights of every individual makes him an aggressive advocate those charged with a North Carolina criminal offense.

Raleigh defense attorney Kevin Marcilliat is a graduate of the Campbell University, Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law and Auburn University. He’s a proud Alabama native and remains a devoted Auburn Tiger fan.

Marcilliat & Mills PLLC, is a statewide criminal defense law firm that handles cases in state and federal courts throughout North Carolina. From offices in Raleigh, Wilmington and Charlotte, the team of defense lawyers at Marcilliat & Mills PLLC offers aggressive legal representation for those facing serious misdemeanor and felony charges.

To learn more about the team of attorneys at Marcilliat & Mills PLLC, please see nclawteam.com. To schedule a free consultation with Kevin Marcilliat or any of the defense lawyers at Marcilliat & Mills PLLC, contact the Raleigh office online or by phone at 919-838-6643.

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.