Criminal, Traffic, DWI, Personal Injury | Sampson County Lawyer
Robert Gilmore is an experienced Sampson County lawyer handling Criminal Defense, DWIs, Traffic, and Personal Injury.

Sampson County Lawyer | Criminal, Traffic, DWI, Personal Injury

Sampson County and Eastern North Carolina Attorney


A notoriously tough former State Prosecutor with extensive jury trial experience, Sampson County lawyer Robert Gilmore knows the classified tactics of the State and is ready to use this experience to fight FOR YOU. Whether you find yourself in the cross-hairs of a criminal charge, DWI, or traffic ticket, you need a lawyer that will fight quickly and aggressively for the justice you deserve. You need Robert Gilmore as your Sampson County lawyer today.


Are you facing criminal or DWI charges in Sampson County?

Do not wait to find legal representation. Sampson County lawyer Robert Gilmore will work quickly and agressively to serve you. Robert Gilmore has successfully tried jury trials from DWI to Rape to Armed Robbery across the State. As a former prosecutor, he understands both sides of the courtroom. As a defense lawyer, Robert Gilmore comes armed with strong legal knowledge that gives him NO FEAR in the courtroom and he will relentlessly pursue the best possible outcome for all of his clients.


Born and raised in Sampson County and a graduate of Hobbton schools, Robert has a local touch with his clients, the court system, and jurors. You need a lawyer that understands you, has the respect of the Court, and can use his local knowledge to your advantage in trial.


No matter the time of day or night the Gilmore Law Firm is here to help you out of the stickiest situations. Troublesome circumstances can arise at any time and we are available for appointments when you need them, not just during regular business hours.  Whether you have been charged with a crime, Driving While Impaired, or a traffic offense, we're here for you.

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