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Boyd Sturges

C. Boyd Sturges III

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Biography

Boyd Sturges has practiced law since 1995. He has been involved in several high profile cases including representing a state Judge in a federal corruption case. He was named a special prosecutor in the Duke Lacross case to prosecute former Durham District Attorney Mike Nifong. He has tried many criminal, civil, and domestic cases both to juries as well as judges. He also represents the Franklin County Board of Education and Louisburg College. He was named a Super Lawyer Rising Star in 2009. He is currently a town councilman for the town of Louisburg. Boyd is also on the Board of Directors for the Tar River Land Conservancy and a Trustee for Louisburg College.

Education

  • Wake Forest University School of Law, Winston Salem, North Carolina
    • J.D. - 1995
  • Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
    • B.A. - 1991
    • Honors: cum laude
    • Major: History

Pro-Bono Activities

  • Trustee - Louisburg College, 2007 to 2007
  • Board Member - Tar River Land Conservancy , 2006 to 2006

Representative Clients

  • Franklin County Board of Education
  • Louisburg College
  • L.H. Dickens & Sons
  • Toney Lumber Co.

References

  • Union Bank & Trust

Past Positions

  • CT Browning (UK), Insurance Broker, 1992 to 1992

Languages

  • English

Fraternities or Sororities

  • Kappa Alpha Order

Practice Areas

  • Criminal Litigation 25%
  • Family Law 25%
  • Civil Litigation 25%
  • Real Estate 25%

Bar Admissions

  • North Carolina, 1995

Honors

  • American Justice Award - Constitutional Law
  • Super Lawyer - Rising Star

Professional Associations

  • Ninth Judicial Bar, Treasurer/Secretary, 1998 to 1998
  • Pro Tem Tour of Louisburg, Mayor
  • Franklin County Bar Association, Member
  • North Carolina Bar Association, Member
  • North Carolina State Bar, Member
  • North Carolina Trial Lawyers Association, Member

Current Employment Position

  • Partner

Litigation Percentage

  • 75% of Practice Devoted to Litigation