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North Carolina Sex Crime Defense Attorneys

Led By Award-Winning Attorney Patrick Roberts

Proven Track Record

You should take a firm’s track record into consideration when choosing legal representation. Experience is essential and, while it highlights time spent in the legal arena, it would mean next to nothing without the results to back it up.

We are a hard-hitting, power punching, no nonsense criminal defense firm. We defend those accused of wrongdoing.

At Roberts Law Group, PLLC, we are a team of effective, client-focused sex crime defense lawyers in North Carolina, led by award-winning attorney Patrick Roberts. Our goal – whether avoidance, acquittal, reduction or dismissal – is to always achieve the best possible outcome in your case.

We are a team of effective, client-focused North Carolina sex crime defense lawyers, led by award-winning trial attorney Patrick Roberts. We defend students, professionals, members of the military, and anyone facing state or federal sex crime charges in North Carolina.

Don’t Take Chances With Your Attorney

Attorney Patrick Roberts is a former prosecutor who served in three North Carolina counties prior to founding the. He has defended clients on a wide range of sex offenses ranging from sex offenses and Internet crimes to domestic violence and 1st Degree Murder.

100% Criminal Defense

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  • Health and safety retaliation
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Meet the Attorney


Brandon Ortiz was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. Brandon received a bachelor’s degree in news-editorial journalism from Texas Christian University in 2004, and graduated cum laude from Pepperdine University School of Law in 2014.

Prior to entering law, Brandon was an award-winning journalist and labor activist. From 2004 to 2009, Brandon was a reporter at the Lexington Herald-Leader in Kentucky. As a reporter, Brandon covered dozens of murder and civil trials while covering the courts beat, garnering several awards for his reporting from the Kentucky Press Association. In 2007, his newsroom colleagues elected him president of the Lexington Newspaper Guild, a local within the Communications Workers of America. Brandon led an organizing drive that more than tripled the union’s membership, represented the union in grievance negotiations, and led the union in collective bargaining with the Herald-Leader, successfully negotiating a favorable contract at a time of economic upheaval in the newspaper industry. For his efforts, Brandon was awarded the 2008 Charles B. Dale Guild Service Award, the highest honor for a Guild member.

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