Attorney Matthew Suczynski Selected as 2014 North Carolina Rising Star

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Matthew Suczynski has been chosen as one of the top young attorneys in the state.

The Law Office of Matthew Charles Suczynski is proud to announce that attorney Matthew Suczynski has been chosen by Super Lawyers as a North Carolina Rising Star of 2014. This recognition proves Suczynski is one of the top young attorneys in North Carolina.

Super Lawyers launched Risings Stars in 1998 to recognize the best up-and-coming attorneys in the state. These attorneys are 40 years old or younger or have been practicing for 10 years or less. Today, Rising Star attorneys are honored in more than 30 states in the U.S.

Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers who have gained a high level of recognition and achievement in their work. Rising Star attorneys are selected based on a multi-phased process that includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.

Suczynski is a practicing attorney in Chapel Hill, NC, specializing in the areas of criminal defense, civil litigation and plaintiff. He graduated from The University of Akron School of Law in 2006. He has appeared in the courtrooms of more than 20 different North Carolina counties and has an array of experience handling both large and small cases.

To learn more about Suczynski and his recent achievement, visit For more information about The Law Office of Matthew Charles Suczynski, PLLC, visit their website at

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The Law Office of Matthew Charles Suczynski, PLLC’s goal is to provide personal representation to every client. Suczynski focuses his representation on individuals accused of crimes, involved in civil litigation or injured by the acts of another. He has extensive experience appearing in courtrooms throughout North Carolina. As such, he understands that every situation is different and tailors the representation in order to obtain the best outcome possible for each client. At the Law Office of Matthew Charles Suczynski, PLLC, clients will receive personal representation whether the case is a minor traffic offense or a serious felony.

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