North Carolina Wildlife ViolationsTypically in North Carolina, pleading guilty to a wildlife violation results in a fine and court costs. However, people do not realize than in addition, most wildlife violations cause a revocation of your North Carolina hunting or fishing license for a period of one year.

In most cases where people are not represented by an attorney, the revocation is not realized until they go to court, and sometimes, even after they have pleaded guilty.

Illegal baiting and hunting after hours are some of the more common wildlife violations that can result in serious consequences, including, not only the loss of your hunting license but also the seizure of a vehicle or a weapon. It is advisable to never plead guilty to a wildlife violation without consulting with an attorney.

Legal Defense for Wildlife Violations in North Carolina

Attorney Philip Kirk is a lifetime sportsman and hunter and has 29 years of experience defending clients charged with an array of wildlife violations. He understands how devastating it could be to lose your privilege to hunt or fish, or to lose a firearm.

To speak with Philip or one of our attorneys in Raleigh and Wendell, please give us a call at 919-615-2473 or request a case review today!

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Philip has more than 28 years of legal practice in Civil Litigation with extensive trial work in personal injury and land condemnation. He has represented clients across North Carolina, receiving verdicts up to 2.6 million dollars.

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