Amos Tyndall

Amos Tyndall has been working for people accused of criminal offenses and professional misconduct over twenty-seven years.

An accusation can ruin reputations, undermine relationships, and exhaust resources. The State and Federal governments bring tremendous resources to every case. The public and private fallout is demoralizing.

Amos has helped thousands of clients face the emotional turmoil these allegations bring, prepare for the challenges of hearings and trials, and overcome enormous obstacles to get their lives back on track.

After two years as a judicial law clerk, Amos worked in public defense before entering private practice. During that time, he represented people facing allegations from simple traffic offenses to first degree murder.

Amos has tried hundreds of cases to verdicts and represented dozens of people on appeals. He has won almost every kind of case, including charges of first-degree murder, sexual offenses, white collar crimes, vehicular homicide, and professional ethics violations.

Amos accepts fewer cases to give his clients the attention they deserve. Currently, he represents people facing a variety of allegations in State and Federal courts, professional ethics investigations, and university disciplinary proceedings. These cases include the following:

  • Federal Grand Jury Investigations
  • White Collar Charges
  • Federal Drug Charges
  • Child Pornography Charges
  • Sexual Assault Charges
  • First Degree Murder Charges
  • Vehicular Homicide Charges
  • State Bar Investigations
  • Medical Board Proceedings
  • University Title IX Investigations

Education:

North Carolina Central University School of Law, Juris Doctor, cum laude 1992

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.A., English and Economics, 1987


Awards:

The Best Lawyers in America, 2013-present

Super Lawyers, 2010-present

AV Rated, Martindale Hubbell

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