Our Practice

Our Licensed Attorney & Lawyer

Wentz Law Firm is a criminal defense firm representing clients in North Carolina’s New Hanover and Pender Counties, as well as in Federal courts.

Our clients benefit from our aggressive representation and steadfast commitment to pursuing all possible avenues of defense strategies. We specialize in criminal defense, DWIs, traffic violations, and felonies. Our federal criminal defense areas include drug charges, firearms offenses, money laundering, white collar crimes, sex offenses, probation, post release violations, and misdemeanors. We also handle personal injury and workers’ compensation cases.


We provide mediation experience including, but not limited to:
Firm Founder: Brett Wentz

Brett Wentz has successfully handled serveral difficult and high profile cases throughout New Hanover and Pender Counties.

Brett T. Wentz was raised in Pensacola, FL and attended high school in New Bern, NC. He received his BA in English from East Carolina University and his JD from the Normal Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University. He was admitted to the North Carolina bar in 2005, and was named a Rising Star by SuperLawyers Magazine for the last four years.

When he isn’t defending his clients in court, Brett enjoys spending time with his children, playing golf, and hunting.


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At Wentz Law, we take your case seriously. We strive to deliver quality legal counsel and cost effective assistance to all our clientele.

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