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Thomas Goolsby

Trusted DUI Legal Counselor. 27+ years of practice in New Hanover County.

Goolsby Law Firm, PLLC

212 Walnut St
Ste 100
Wilmington, NC 28401

Phone: 910-763-3339


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About Thomas Goolsby

From day one, you will have a seasoned, experienced DUI attorney on your side. We get to know you, become invested in your case, and provide custom, unwavering representation. When you are charged with a crime, you will want someone who takes things as seriously as you do. In addition to DUI, Attorney Goolsby practices Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes, and Personal Injury. Contact Goolsby Law Firm, PLLC today and set up a free consultation. We will review your situation, discuss your options and explain how we can help. Initial consultations are always free and confidential.

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I Still Stand With You


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