John C. Phillips Partner, Attorney at Law

John received his undergraduate degree in business administration from East Carolina University before earning his law degree from the University of North Carolina School of Law. After law school, John opened his own general law practice in Pender County. He later joined with J. Hunter Broadwell to form Broadwell and Phillips, P.A. where he began to focus his practice on criminal law. In 2012, Broadwell and Phillips, P.A. added colleague Samuel B. Potter to form Broadwell, Phillips, and Potter, PLLC.

Today, John’s practice is focused on defending people charged with criminal and traffic offenses in State Court. He handles cases ranging from the most serious felony offenses to minor traffic infractions. In addition to representing clients in Superior and District Court, John also represents clients before Magistrates and D.M.V. Hearing Officers.