Casey Viser



Practice Areas:
Civil Litigation and Criminal Defense


Campbell University School of Law (J.D., 2000)  
Hampden-Sydney College (B.A. Economics / Spanish, 1994)
Bar & Court Admissions:
North Carolina State Bar, W.D.N.C., M.D.N.C., E.D.N.C., Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, Member of both Civil Litigation and Criminal Defense Sections in the Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, and Federal Bar Associations    


Professional Involvement:
MCB Professionalism Committee, Linking Lawyers Program; NCBA Technology Committee, Bench-Bar Liaison Committee     


Civic & Community Involvement:
Christ Episcopal Church; Youth athletics coach;  former counsel to Mecklenburg County Republican Party; Business Journal 40 Under 40 recipient


Please describe in 150 words or less why you would be the best candidate for the open judicial position.

I am motivated by a desire to serve the public and the profession.  I grew up in Charlotte, and I care about the community and every citizen's access to justice.  Moreover, I care about our Bar.  After almost thirteen years of litigating both civil and criminal cases, and having tried cases in all of our District Courts, I am keenly aware that the system requires not only experience and energy, but also hard work and dedication to professionalism and integrity. I will bring a broad range of depth and experience to the other side of the bench, and a balanced perspective that will enable me to be patient and fair.  I will work hard to ensure that I call the balls and strikes promptly and accurately, and do so with courtesy and respect to all participants in the process.  




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