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About Us

Mahlum Law Office, PC focuses on Criminal and Traffic Representation in and around Raleigh, North Carolina

Mahlum Law Office offers representation for Criminal Law and Traffic Tickets. Attorney David Mahlum represents clients with a variety of criminal matters including traffic tickets, drug charges and felony charges. In addition to practicing criminal law, David is a NCDRC Certified Superior Court Mediator and handles some civil matters, including Personal Injury and Consumer Protection issues.

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Attorney David Mahlum

Criminal Defense Attorney David Mahlum After graduating from North Carolina State University with a degree in Business Management, David attended Law School at Campbell University.  While working on his law degree, David represented his fellow students on the Student Bar Association, wrote Case Summaries of recently decided Appellate cases for the Campbell Law Observer, and was on the winning team for the law school’s intramural client counseling competition.

During law school, David clerked for the North Carolina Attorney General’s Office and interned with a small general practice firm.  He logged countless courtroom hours during this time, learning from attorneys.  These positions allowed David to gain invaluable experience in criminal matters and litigation, as well as client relations.

In 2006, David decided to open his own firm in Raleigh, where he lives with his wife and children.  Since then, he has built his criminal practice through dedication to his clients and diligent work to protect their rights and interests.  In addition to criminal and traffic defense, David represents clients in certain consumer protection matters, as well as personal injury and worker’s compensation cases.

David is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association, the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, and the Wake County Bar.  Additionally, David has received the same standard training in the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) Standardized Field Sobriety Tests as North Carolina Law Enforcement.