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William C. Gore, Jr. PLLC

(910) 317-0045

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Unparalleled Experience as a Columbus County Criminal Defense Lawyer
“I consider trial by jury as the only anchor ever yet imagined by man by which a government can be held to the principles of its constitution.” –Thomas Jefferson

William C. Gore Jr, PLLC, Attorney at Law, is a regional law firm representing clients in southeastern North Carolina. The firm concentrates in representing plaintiffs in serious personal injury matters and individuals charged with D.W.I., criminal and traffic offenses. The firm also regularly represents clients concerning driving license matters with the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles.

A hallmark of the firm’s legal service is personal attention to, and interaction with, every client. The Law Firm is conveniently located on 115 Courthouse Square in Whiteville, North Carolina, and is housed in the historic Oscar High Building only steps from the new Columbus County Courthouse. Reserved parking is available to clients immediately adjacent to the law firm.

William C. (Bill) Gore, Jr., brings professional experience unparalleled by any other attorney currently practicing in North Carolina to the representation of his clients. Mr. Gore has served as an Assistant District Attorney, Chief District Court Judge, Senior Resident Superior Court Judge and Commissioner of the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles in addition to his professional experience as a practicing attorney. He has been licensed as an attorney in North Carolina since 1977. As a prosecutor, judge, and defense lawyer, he has participated in hundreds of cases, including Capital Murders and catastrophic injuries. Bill Gore is in court essentially every day bringing this experience to bear on behalf of his clients.

In recent years, Mr. Gore has concentrated on injuries and wrongful deaths inflicted on mentally ill and handicapped prisoners in the North Carolina Department of Adult Corrections and in county jails around North Carolina caused by negligence of corrections staff and medical care providers.

William C. (Bill) Gore, Jr., is a seasoned lawyer for serious cases.