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About Willis, Johnson & Nelson

At the law firm of Willis Johnson & Nelson, attorneys Ryan Willis, Daniel Johnson, and Drew Nelson combine their courtroom experience and client-centered approach to the practice of law to provide effective, responsive, and affordable representation to individuals and businesses whose rights, property, liberty, or livelihood are threatened.

In both criminal defense and civil disputes, in state and federal court, the attorneys at Willis Johnson & Nelson will provide you with the individual attention that you deserve and will craft the legal strategy best suited to achieve your goals.

Whether your case requires carefully negotiated settlement or a trial before jury, Ryan, Daniel, and Drew will provide you with the counsel and advocacy that you need.

If you have been charged with a crime, are under investigation by state or federal authorities, or are seeking an attorney to represent you in a lawsuit, Ryan, Daniel, and Drew are prepared to stand by your side and fight for you – from the first moment of the investigation through the final resolution of your case.


Posted on August 23 2013 by Drew Nelson

Unit One Inmate Beating Case Advances in Court

Unit One case advances in federal court. From the WRAL coverage: “Corrections officials at North Carolina's maximum security prison must save the video from cameras that monitor key blind spots, says a federal judge who is hearing a lawsuit that accuses guards at of sadistically beating inmates in solitary confinement.
U.S. District Judge Terrence Boyle also told state attorneys they had 10 days to spell out how Central Prison in Raleigh would install cameras to watch blind spots where inmates claim guards took them for unrecorded beatings.”


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