Matthew Rothbeind has been practicing law since 1981
Representing clients in all matters of Immigration and Criminal Litigation, he began his practice in
New York City and Long Island,
In 1998 he moved with his family to North Carolina where he continued his practice and expanded
to include representation in Federal Criminal Matters in both North Carolina and Georgia.
The core belief of his practice is that he provides individual attention to each and every client.
When retained, he is the only attorney who will represent you both in and out of the Courtroom.
Please contact us to see how one on one representation might fit your needs.
He has been an attorney since 1981 and has been practicing in North Carolina since 1998
Matthew represents clients in criminal matters in both state and federal courts in Carthage, Charlotte, and
Greensboro and throughout North Carolina, Georgia and New York. He represents criminal clients in
state court matters ranging from traffic matters and DWI cases to serious felonies such as large-scale
drug trafficking conspiracies and robberies.
He also represents individuals who have been federally indicted or targeted in the Western, Middle, and
Eastern Districts of North Carolina for drug and weapons charges.
Matthew also represents individuals on a wide range of immigration matters including detention and
removal and post-conviction relief. He regularly represents individuals in the Charlotte and Atlanta
He is licensed to practice law in North Carolina, New York and Georgia and has been a Member of the
American Immigration Lawyers Association since 1996.
If you are a DACA recipient and have questions, please contact the office immediately.
Atorney at Law
PO Box 656
105 South McNeill Street
Carthage, NC 28327
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