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Coronavirus

Coronavirus – Changes to consultations. With the recent developments around the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), we will only be meeting clients by appointment only. Our availability will be more flexible for those willing to consult by phone instead of in person. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but believe it is in the best [..]

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Welborn to run for Judge

I am excited to announce my candidacy for the NC Superior Court Judge in the 22B Judicial District of the Sixth Division of the NC Superior Court. Currently this judicial seat is held by the Honorable Theodore S. Royster, Jr. whom has represented he will not be seeking reelection at the expiration of his term [..]

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Appointment to the Board of Directors

Welborn receives appointment to the Board of Directors for the Masonic Home for Children in Oxford, North Carolina It is with great honor that Jon W. Welborn accepts appointment to the Board of Directors for the Masonic Home for Children. Masonic Home for Children The Masonic Home for Children assists families in need by providing a home-like [..]

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Letter to our Friends

Letter to our Friends Dear Friends, Thank you for choosing Welborn Law for your legal needs. We truly appreciate your business and patronage. Although Jon is the attorney, Welborn Law is a family business. It is built on a philosophical foundation of honest work, doing the “right thing”, and giving back to our community. Our [..]

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Cop In ‘Excessive Force’ Case, Promoted By Albuquerque Police Chief

Timothy Gonterman, Cop In ‘Excessive Force’ Case, Promoted By Albuquerque Police Chief Gorden Eden RUSSELL CONTRERASAP05/15/14 11:18 PM ET ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Albuquerque police promoted a commander who was accused in a lawsuit of burning off part a homeless man’s ear with a stun gun, officials announced Thursday. Albuquerque Police Department Chief Gorden Eden [..]

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Dumb Crook News? Naaah

Dumb Crook News? Naaah, it is more like slightly comical wrongly accused news to me. Woman Arrested Corn Dog She’s really in the doghouse now. A West Texas woman is in jail after allegedly threatening the lives of a store employee over corn dogs Tuesday. Workers at a Midland, Texas business said Charmelle Henry threw 75 cents [..]

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