Fayetteville Criminal Defense Lawyers

Cumberland County Criminal Attorneys

In addition to our recognized practice of family, military, and our learned, well-rounded attorneys at Miller & Illikainen defend North Carolina clients in a variety of criminal legal matters. As a full-service, general practice firm, we do our best, no matter what the practice area, to provide excellent legal representation and accessible personal service to every client.

Our young, energetic, growing firm has been serving customers in Fayetteville, Cumberland County, and throughout the state. Our versatile lawyers boast a combined forty years of experience in meeting the legal needs of our clients.

Criminal Defense

Our defense lawyers provide vigorous defense against felony and misdemeanor criminal charges like these:


If you've been criminally charged anywhere in North Carolina with DWI (driving while intoxicated), theft, assault, homicide, speeding or other traffic violations, drugs (marijuana, cocaine, meth), or domestic violence, you don't need just any lawyer. You need quality legal representation, the kind for which our firm is well known.


You need the help of Miller & Illikainen. And you need it now.

Time Is of the Essence


The sooner you contact a Miller & Illikainen attorney after you are arrested, charged, ticketed, pulled over, or questioned by police, the better. Our aggressive, protective lawyers have provided experienced criminal defense for many years.


Failure to act quickly, could unnecessarily damage the chances of our efforts being successful for you.


Call Us Immediately


If you've found yourself subject to prosecution for one or more alleged criminal offenses, you need quality legal representation that knows the area, knows the people, and knows the law. Call, fax, or e-mail our Fayetteville offices of Miller & Illikainen right now and set an initial consultation. The sooner we hear what has happened, the sooner we can begin to help with your case.


To allow us to better serve you, please fill out our client information form and bring it to the office with you when you visit for your initial consultation.