Practice Areas

Meleaha Kimrey

Bar Admissions :

North Carolina

Education :

Mercer University School of Law, Juris Doctor
Macon, Georgia
Duke University, B.A. in Psychology
Durham, North Carolina
National Criminal Defense College
Macon, Georgia


I was born and raised in Burlington, North Carolina.  After graduating from high school I attended Duke University and graduated in 2002.  I immediately moved to Macon Georgia where I attended Mercer Law School.  I graduated from law school in 2005 and decided that I wanted to move back to my home state.

My legal career began in the Cumberland County Public Defender’s Office in 2006.  I stayed there as an Assistant Public Defender until I went into private practice in January, 2010.  It was in January, 2010, that I began Hogan – Kimrey, LLP.  In February, 2015, Kimrey Law, PLLC was established.

I have been committed to criminal defense in Cumberland County since my career began.  I have 10 years of experience handling everything from a seatbelt ticket to a murder charge. I handle each case as if I was the one charged and I believe that every case and every person matters.  I have extensive trial experience, from bench trials in District Court to jury trials in Superior Court.  I will represent you vigorously and fight for your rights every step of the way.  

Please give my office a call or send me an email and  Let Us Help You!


Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity Member
Former Fayetteville Area Sentencing Center Board Member
Better Health of Cumberland County Board Member
Junior League of Fayetteville Member and President-Elect

Professional Associations and Memberships :

North Carolina State Bar Member
12th Judicial District Bar Member
North Carolina Bar Association Member
North Carolina Advocates for Justice Member
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Member

› Criminal Defense
› Traffic  Offenses
› Driving Record Cleanup/DWLR
> Larceny/Shoplifting
› Misdemeanor Offenses
› Felony Offenses
› Drug Offenses 
› Sex Crimes
› White Collar Crimes
› Petitions for removal from sex offender registry
› Expungements
› Homicides, Assault, Violent Crimes
› General Litigation Matters