How to Choose the Best Court-Martial Defense

How to Choose the Best Court-Martial Defense You served your country with pride, but now you’re facing a court‐martial. No matter what allegations you are facing, you need the best defense attorney on your side. This trial will affect how people view your military experience, your personality, and the future of your career. At The Richardson Firm, we specialize in … Read More

Have You Heard? We Now Offer Military Legal Services in Fort Bragg & Beyond!

The Richardson Firm Welcomes LTC (Ret) Kris Poppe and Expands Military Legal Services The Richardson Firm is proud to welcome Lieutenant Colonel (Ret) Kris Poppe.  He joined the firm upon his retirement from 34 years of military service, including 20 years as an Army Judge-Advocate. Poppe’s most recent assignment was with the U.S. Army Trial Defense Service, where he served as … Read More

Atlantic Coast Pipeline Project

Is Your Property Affected By the Atlantic Coast Pipeline Project? On September 18, 2015, Atlantic Coast Pipeline, LLC, a company formed by four major U.S. Energy Companies, filed an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission requesting authorization to construct a natural gas pipeline in North Carolina. According to publications by Atlantic Coast Pipeline, LLC, the company will be acquiring … Read More

Billy Richardson Appointed to the North Carolina House of Representatives

Congratulations to our Senior Attorney Billy Richardson on his return to the North Carolina Legislature!!!   Billy served previously in the N.C. House of Representatives from 1992-1996.  He will continue to practice law with The Richardson Firm while representing the people of Cumberland County in Raleigh.   Read more about Billy’s appointment on the following links: Billy Richardson Sworn in … Read More

Billy Richardson for N.C. House District 44

Attorney Billy Richardson has announced his intention to fill the vacancy left by Representative Rick Glazier’s resignation from his seat in the North Carolina House of Representatives.  The vacancy will be filled by a committee from the local Democratic Party. Billy served previously in the legislature from 1992-1996. Writers from the Fayetteville Observer have given Billy “front-runner” status: http://www.fayobserver.com/blogs/news/peoples_business/people-s-biz-ed-melvin-withdraws-from-consideration-for-glazier/article_1115a5e8-145f-11e5-a795-b35b49496f06.html   … Read More