Carrie Leigh Browder

Carrie Leigh Browder

John Cox Law, PLLC

114-D South Maple Street
P.O. Box 732
Graham, NC 27253

Phone: 336-221-9292


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About Carrie Leigh Browder

I am a licensed attorney who represents both retained and appointed clients charged with misdemeanor and felony crimes, DWI's, and traffic infractions in North Carolina state and federal courts. Primarily my practice is based in Alamance County but I also handle matters in the counties of Guilford, Orange, Chatham, Caswell, and Rockingham. Prior to joining my current law firm, John Cox Law, PLLC, I served as an Assistant District Attorney for Alamance County, North Carolina. In private practice, she’s previously represented clients charged with traffic infractions, misdemeanors, felony offenses, and civil domestic violence matters in Wake, Johnston, Harnett, Durham, Orange, Onslow, Jones, & Person County. I have also gained invaluable knowledge and experience defending clients charged with crimes in the US District Court for the Eastern District of NC; including white collar criminal defense, drug trafficking, firearm, crimes of violence, and child pornography offenses. I am native of Nash County, North Carolina. I attended East Carolina University, where I received my Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Political Science in 2012. Thereafter I had the pleasure of attending Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, and I earned her juris doctorate and was admitted to practice in North Carolina in August 2015. While in law school, I actively participated in the Campbell Law Juvenile Justice Clinic, the Campbell Law Innocence Project, and served on the Agricultural Law Society’s Legislative Committee.

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