Messer Law Firm focuses on handling criminal defense and family law matters for clients in Western North Carolina. Our attorneys are dedicated to providing clients with competent, reliable representation as they navigate through these proceedings.
Attorney Al Messer is a Board Certified Specialist in Criminal Defense and represents clients in criminal defense matters in both State and Federal Court. To learn more about Al Messer please read his biography.
Asheville Criminal Attorney
Al Messer, Attorney at Law, practices in the State and Federal Courts of North Carolina. He has the extensive experience, knowledge and training required to provide highly effective legal representation.
With each case receiving his close personal attention, Al keeps his clients informed and always returns calls promptly. He also protects absolutely the confidentiality and trust each client places in him.
Learn more about Al by reviewing his biography and reading about his areas of practice. Get directions, parking information and other details about his office location. Connect to additional resources through law links and see an explanation of his fees. Then contact Al with any questions or concerns you may have, and to discuss further how he can help you.
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